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2005.74.46 - Map

French printed topographic map titled "Foret D'Argonne". Handwritten on back of map: "Objectives at Sector for 35th Div. in 1st Phase of Argonne-Meuse Offensive". Print dated July 23, 1918 and printed at Base Printing Plant 29th Enginners U.S. Army. Handwritten sections added to map in black and colored ink to indicate locations of specific units as well as lines of advancement between September 28 - October 1, 1918. Locations of the 35th Division and 28th Division sectors are marked. Part of a map series titled "Groupe Des Canevas de Tir". Handwritten note at bottom of map: "Sgt. S.M. Willis / Hdq. Detch. / 35th Div, G.C.R." 106 x 75 cm. From the service of Sgt. Sidney Morse Willis,

1986.94.7 - book

Contents: Organization, and Service from Arrival in the A.E.F. until June 27; Chateau-Thierry Sector, Champagne-Marne Defensive, Aisne-Marne Offensive, Fismes Sector and Oise-Aisne Offensive; Clermont Sector and Meuse-Argonne Offensive; Thiaucourt Sector and Woevre Plain Operation and Subsequent Service. Maps: 6 operational maps Subjects: United States. -- Army. -- Infantry Division, 28th -- History. World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States.

1981.108.23 - book

Contents: Brief history of the 28th Division; Sketches; General Orders to the Division. Subjects: United States. Army. A.E.F., 1917-1920. 28th division. World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States.

1984.16.10 - book

Contents: Battery C. Mustered into Federal Service; At Camp Hancock; Preparing for Overseas Service-On Board Saturnia; The Arrival on Foreign Soil; Camp de Meucon; On Our Way to the Front; Our First Battle-Fismes and Vesle Sector, August 13th to 18th, 1918; Our Second Battle, Oise-Aisne Offensive, August 18th to September 8th, 1918; The Advance over the Vesle RIver-Capture of Fismes and Fismet; The Hike to the Argonne; Preparing for the Drive in the Argonne Sector; The Battle of the Argonne Forest, September 26th to October 10th, 1918; Our Position in "Death Valley"; Our Relief from the Meuse-Argonne Sector; Our Hike Across Flanders' Fields of Mud; Our Fourth Battle, Ypres-Lys Sector, October

Image of 1984.96.2 - Pamphlet

1984.96.2 - Pamphlet

PDF Copy of Book Available Upon Request Contents: A brief 15 page history of Company A, 109th Machine Gun Battalion.

1985.117.8 - book

Contents: History of 10th Inft. N.G.P.; History of 3rd Inft. N.G.P.; History of the 110th Inft. USA; Prison Experience; Gen. Pershing's Letter; Gen. Muir's Address at Waynesburg, PA; Our Heroic Dead; Commendatory Orders; Orders Awarding Medals; Citation Orders; List of Officers; Abbreviated War Diary; Casualty Tables; Individual Records; Officers; Enlisted Men. Subjects: World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States -- 10th In

1980.1.3 - book

Contents: A detailed history almost 500 pages by the author, who along with his brother, saw front line action on the battlefields in France. Images include training camp, landscape, and battle scenes. Subjects: World War, 1914-1918 -- Personal narratives, American.

1980.9.30 - book

Contents: First Regiment Infantry National Guard of PA; 13th PA Infantry; 109th US Infantry; Roster 109th US Infantry; 4th PA Infantry; 108th Machine Gun Battalion; Roster 108th Machine Gun Battalion; 3rd PA Infantry; 10th PA Infantry; 110th US Infantry. Subjects: United States. Army. Infantry Division, 28th. World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States.

2005.98.25 - book

Contents: Enlistment; Off to War: England; France: Trenches and Gas Warfare; First Contact at the Front; Death Valley; Crossing the Vesle River; Wipe-Out of Companies G and H; Advance to the Argonne Forest; No-Man's-Land; On Leave; Armistice. Illustrations: 35 images including portraits, camp scenes. Subjects: Baker, C. Earl (Chester Earl), 1893---Diaries. United States. Army--Biography. World War, 1914-1918--Campaigns--France. World W

1980.9.33 - book

Contents: 107th Machine Gun Battalion; Roster 107th Machine Gun Battalion; 103rd Supply Train; Roster 103rd Supply Train; The 14th PA Infantry; 107th Field Artillery; Roster 107th Field Artillery; 9th PA Infantry; 109th Field Artillery; Roster 109th Field Artillery; 2nd PA Infantry; 108th Field Artillery; Roster 108th Field Artillery; 103rd Ammunition Train; Roster 103rd Ammunition Train; 103rd Trench Mortar Battery; Roster 103rd Tench Mortar Battery; 53rd Field Artillery Brigade; Roster 53rd Field Artillery Brigade; First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry; First Regiment Calvary; 106th Mobile Veterinary Section.

1984.162.3 - book

Contents: Greetings by Colonel Rickards; Introduction to a Doughboy's Story; The History of Two Regiments; Parades and Hikes at Camp Hancock; One Memorable Thanksgiving; Fighting Wind, Winter and Measles; Pennsylvania's Royal "God Bless You"; Across the Ocean on a Palace Ship; Training Days with Tommy Atkins; Up the Line Independence Day; Hill 204 Takes its Toll; Chateau-Thierry and North; Into Action Along the Vesle; The Tragedy at Fismette; Hobnailing it into the Argonne; The Advance in the Argonne; Uncrowned Heroes of the Argonne Drive; Putting Life into a Quiet Sector; The Story of the Casualty List; Holidays that Brought Thoughts of Home; From Bexieres to Traveron; The Band's Role in the

1984.151.1 - book

Contents: Definitions of Military Terms; Common Military Abbreviations; Decorations Awarded to American Soldiers; Pennsylvania and the Nation; World Dominion the Stake; The PA National Guard and its Predecessor, The PA Militia; History of the 28th Division; Staff; The 107th M.G.B.; The 55th Infantry Brigade; 107th M.G.B.; 109th Infantry. Subjects: Military history -- United States

1984.151.2 - book

Contents: The 55th Infantry Brigade (cont.); The 110th Infantry; The 56th Infantry Brigade; The 109th MGB; The 111th Infantry; The 112th Infantry;The 53rd Field Artillery Brigade; The 107th-109th Field Artillery; The 103rd Ammunition Train; The 103rd Trench Mortar Battery; The 103rd Engineers; The 103rd Signal Battalion; The 103rd Trains Headquarters and Military Police; The 103rd Supply and Sanitary Train; Some leaders of the 28th Division.

1980.9.31 - book

Contents: 110th Infantry; 56th Infantry Brigade; 6th PA Infantry; 18th PA Infantry; 111th Infantry. Subjects: United States. Army. Infantry Division, 28th. World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States.

Image of 1980.9.32 - book

1980.9.32 - book

Contents: 109th Machine Gun Battalion; Roster 109th Machine Gun Battalion; 8th PA Infantry; 16th PA Infantry; 112th Infantry; Roster 112th Infantry; 56th Infantry Brigade; Roster 56th Infantry Brigade; 103rd Field Signal Battalion; Roster 103rd Field Signal Battalion; 103rd Sanitary Train; Roster 103rd Sanitary Train; 103rd Train Headquarters and Military Police; Roster 103rd Train Headquarters and Military Police; 103rd Mobile Ordance Repair Shop; Roster 103rd Mobile Ordnance Repair Shop; Rent, Requisition and Claim Service; 103rd Engineers; Roster 103rd Engineers; 102nd Field Bakery; Roster 102nd Field Bakery; The Old French War; The Whiskey Insurrection.

1980.9.34 - book

Contents: Pennsylvania Militia; Pennsylvania National Guard; Organization, Training and Operations; 28th Division Staff; Counter-Espionage Section; Roster of Officers 28th Division Staff; The Enlisted Personnel; Roster of Army Field Clerks and Enlisted Personnel; 103rd Headquarters Troop; Roster 103rd Headquarters Troop; Our Honored Dead; Citations; Official Papers; Military Records; Corrections; Riots of '77. Subjects: United States. Army. Infantry Division, 28th. World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States.

1980.9.10 - book

Contents: Men of Iron; Off for the Front; The Last Hun Drive; "Kill or be Killed"; The Guard Stands Fast; Boche in Full Flight; Bombed from the Air; In Heroic Mold; The Church of Roncheres; At Grips with Death; Drive to the Vesle; In Death Valley; Stars of Grim Drama; Ambulanciers to Front; A Martial Panorama; In the Argonne; Million Dollar Barrage; "An Enviable Reputation"; Ensanguined Apremont; Toward Hunland. Illustrations: The Official Order Designating the 28th as the Keystone Division; France at Last! Iron Division Debarking; Into the Maw of Battle; Briefly at Rest in the Argonne Forest.

2009.94.0 - book

Contents: Compilation of General Orders for the 53rd Field Artillery Brigade. Subjects: United States. -- Army. -- Field Artillery Brigade, 53rd. World War, 1914-1918 -- Regimental histories -- United States. World War, 1914-1918 -- United States -- Artillery operations.

Image of 1926.28.485 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.485 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps #44036. Typed on a white strip on the bottom of the photograph states: "Looking southeast (azimuth 225°) across the valley of Aire River toward foothills that surround city of Apremont, Ardennes, France. (Mp. Co-ord. 301.3-278.8 Foret d'Argonne) and background the Foret d'Argonne, also the railroad grade across the valley. Ground taken by 28th and 35th Divisions, September 28-29, 1918, during the Argonne-Meuse offensive. December 1918."

Image of 1926.28.486 - Print, Photographic

1926.28.486 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph. Signal Corps ##44036. From the Catalogue of Official A.E.F. Photographs taken by the Signal Corps: "Looking southeast (azimuth 225°) across the valley of Aire River toward foothills that surround city of Apremont, Ardennes, France. (Mp. Co-ord. 301.3-278.8 Foret d'Argonne) and background the Foret d'Argonne, also the railroad grade across the valley. Ground taken by 28th and 35th Divisions, September 28-29, 1918, during the Argonne-Meuse offensive. December 1918."