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Name 37th Division

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2003.23.18 - Letter

Letters from Clarence Eugene Wolcott, One letter is from Clarence's father to a relative but it mentions Clarence. From the service of PFC Clarence Eugene Wolcott, Bty. B, 134th FA, 37th Division.

1986.94.10 - book

Contents: Organization, and Service from Arrival in the A.E.F. until September 22; Avocourt Sector and Meuse-Argonne Offensive; Ypres-Lys Offensive and Subsequent Service. Maps: Avocourt Sector, September 23-25, Meuse-Argonne Offensive, September 26-October 3; Ypres-Lys Offensive, October 25-November 11. Subjects: United States. Army. Infantry Division, 37th. World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States.

1994.54.7 - book

Enscribed by a member of the 37th division AEF; Contents: Answering the Call; En Route to Valcartier; Canada's War Camp; Soldiers in the Making; Crossing the Atlantic; Land Ahoy; Salisbury Plain; Life in the English Camp; Getting Ready to Go; Leaving for France; Landing in France; My Baptism of Fire; In the Front Line; Saxons and Prussians; Training for Runner; By the Wayside; Steenvoorde; Ypres; Battle of Ypres; Hanging On; Here They Come; Fighting for Our Lives; The Boches Balked; Fun and Fury; Yser; The Fun of It; Leaving Yser; More Hell; The Last Fight; The Aftermath; In Heaven; Back to Earth. Illustrations: Harold Baldwin; The Bull-Dog Behind the Flag; The Remains of a Once Prosperous

1980.9.13 - book

Contents: From a World at War to All Ohio about to Play its Part; From Backgrounds to The Result, Expressed in Terms of Men Under Arms; From Ohio in Wars of the Past to Fort Fizzle; From the Ohio National Guard at the Beginning of the World War to The First American Combat Troops in France; From The Artillery to The Third Regiment, Ohio Field Artillery; From the Infantry to Division Headquarters; From The Engineers to Division Headquarters; From Ordered to Camp Sheridan to Railroads; From Actual Construction Work Starts to The Rifle Range; From The Engineers Arrive to the Reorganization of the Division Completed; From An Introduction to Souther Hospitality to the Division Parade in Montgomery

1980.9.14 - book

Contents: From The Western Front Early in 1918 to Preliminary Organization for the A.E.F.; From The Movement Overseas to Notes on Artillery Training; From The Training Period Ends to Cleaning Up and Repairing Trenches; From American Units in Line and in Training to Early Days in the War; From Air Raids to The Barrage; From Sergt. Knack Killed to the Avocourt Sector; From Allied Plans for the Final Battle to Straggler Posts and Prisoners of War; From Units of the Division Move Into Position to The Divisions of the Right and Left; From Orders for the Operation on the second Day to The Division Carries out its Orders; From Orders for the 28th September to Major Houts Killed; From Exhaustion to T

2009.7.15 - Book

Contents: Training Period; Baccarat Sector; Meuse-Argonne; Saint-Mihiel Sector; Belgium-1st Phase; Belgium-2nd Phase; Roll Call; General Orders Subjects: United States. -- Army. -- 37th Division. -- 136th Machine Gun Battalion. World War, 1914-1918 -- United States.

Image of 1931.1.1 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.1 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Hill near Jubecaourt, over which the 37th Division passed, on the way to Recicourt."

Image of 1931.1.99 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.99 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Huts in Indian Village."

Image of 1931.1.15 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.15 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Characteristic road over which the troops of the 37th Division marched in taking their combat positions in the Argonne."

Image of 1931.1.33 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.33 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Effect of our "barrage" northeast of Avocourt."

Image of 1931.1.16 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.16 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "A salvage pile showing containers for carrying German liquid fire. They were strapped on the men's backs."

Image of 1931.1.2 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.2 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Center building was used by the 145th and 147th Field Hospitals, Brabant, during the Argonne drive. 2300 37th Division causalties passed thru this station."

Image of 1931.1.3 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.3 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "General view of Recicourt. The 37th Division assembled here from Sept. 21 to 25, 1918 in preparation for the Argonne drive."

Image of 1931.1.4 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.4 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Distant view of woods one mile north of Recicourt. Following organizations camped here just before they went over the top on Sept. 26, 1918: 145th and 146th Infantry, 112th Engineers, 134th and 135th M.G. Bns. [Machine Gun Battalions], 112th Sanitary Train."

Image of 1931.1.5 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.5 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Main street of Recicourt. Colonel Shetler's Hdqrs. [Headquarters] and Ration Dump in the foreground."

Image of 1931.1.6 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.6 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Watering point in Recicourt. Here the men and animals of the 37th Division got their water just before going into the Argonne drive. Madame Joniaux, shown in picture, was the first French civilian to return to Recicourt."

Image of 1931.1.7 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.7 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Ruins of Recicourt on main highway from Paris to Metz."

Image of 1931.1.8 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.8 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Path in Recicourt over which the 37th Division passed in taking up its position in the Argonne drive."

Image of 1931.1.9 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.9 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Where "Boche" shell exploded Sept. 24, killing men and horses of the 112th Engs. [Engineers]. Scene of first casualties of the 37th. Divi. in the Argonne Drive."

Image of 1931.1.26 - Print, Photographic

1931.1.26 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph printed on paper; caption typed underneath. Caption reads as follows: "Road thru Avocourt. German prisoners in background."