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ERRATA 

The scenes are at Dreux 
(not Surdon) France.. 

Insert COMPANY C follow- 
ing itf/Sgt Schwope under 
Wyoming. 



Page 4-8 - Insert COMPANY A follow- 
ing Sgt Layland under 
Wyoming. 



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Insert COMPANY B follow- 
ing Pfc Smith under 
Ontario, Canada. 



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THE SAGA 



of the 



72 3 



RAILWAY 



OPERATING 



BATTALION 



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Where were vou on 30 Nov, L943? 






On that date General Order No. I?4i Headquarters, &lh 
Service Command authorized the activation of our unit. Acting 
under Uidl autotily. U. Col. Doyle Gresham, our Commanding 
GUicer, activated the unit at Fort Sam Houston. Texas, on 21 
December, 194 It and we thus became a part or the Military 
RatlwSy Service and th^ Army Transportation Coips. The 
initial strength was 'il commissioned ollicers and 71 enlisted 
men, the latter having been sent as a cadre Irom the 74olli 
Railway Operating Battalion. The first headquarters was 
established in builrlim) T-1282 located near the intersection of 
Garden Avenue am! W. VV, White Road, and Imnted on 
Garden Avciitiu (more picturesque in lumie than iu reality^ 
However, what this location lacked in scenic beauty was 
moje than compensated lor in the proxi'ttity of the life living 
jcslatiran* located diagonally across the street. All ul the 
■'Old timers" recall tha Chapel of Ihe Rock just a few more 

steps down the road. During our stay in Foil Sam Houston 
personnel wore btlletled hi barracks located north ol \V. W. 
White Road, east of Forage and south ol Hardee Road, These 
were large, two-story, frame st rue In res of the type well known 
to every GI who passed through a Irainina center in the 

States, 

On :"i January 1944 the first shipment ol enlisted personnel 
arrived and were assigned In the various Companies and bet- 
ween Ilia date ol activation an<l 21 January 1944, a total of 
884 enlisted men were assigned to the unit. 98% of thes<3 
reinforcements caaie into thfc Army via the "Selective Service" 
route, the other 2% being regular army or volunteers* Thus, 
we begin the trip to Berlin as "citizen-soldiers". 



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BASIC TRAINING 

Our eight weeks program of basic military I raiding ItAMftd 
on 17 January 1944. To a majority of the men, mO|0) row 
recruits only recently dispatched from reception cenhuH, Mw 
first day or basic training WBS a strange and buwtlih'Hmi 
experience. However, during Ihe initial stages of basic training 
the routine schedules* which is Hie army lite, soon narrow ■ 
Hie "experience" down to one of bewilderment only. 

The early history of Ihe 723d is conspicuously lacking in 
aiiocdules and unusual stories concerning Ihe officers and 
EM. This can be attributed primarily to the fact thai Hie 
basic training program was Insistently emphasized during the 
first Jew months of the unit's existence. 

Aside Iram the usual classes, drill and technical films* 
among Ihe more memorabLe activities were Ihe several 
nighl marches lhal were made by Utc Battalion lo provide 
preliminary experience in field movements as well as an 
opportunity lo develop physical stamina among the men. 
Of course the maiches were not complete unlil a lull count 
of blisters was made upon return. 

The llrsl long march occurred when the move was made 
to camp Bui lis Tor Ihe purpose of qualifying in arms. The 
march took from 0801) on February 13, 1944, to about 1600 
Ihe same date, a distance of approximately 20 miles. The 
most eventful aspect being the adverse weather conditions 
under which the movement took place. Intermittent rain 
and an overcast sky provided Utile comfort and when 
fatigue began to be felt by the men near the end ot Hie 
match, these factors served to emphnslzu Uieir discomfort. 
Nor was there much respile when the Battalion strode 
into Camp ihillis dispersing by companies into the tent 
areas assigned lo each of the unit's four companies, for 
the lush comforts of Fort Sam were conspicuously 
lacking. 

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HOME ON THE RVNGE 

Camp Onllis will be remembered Tor its rocky company 
streets; lb* rugged nicsd halls; and inconveniently located 
latrines* 

The main purpose of this period was lor ul) men to 
gualify a s marksmen wilh the 30 caliber 1903 A-3 rille. 
This was accomplished according lo schedule with the 
highest score Of 188 'or CM and 178 for officers. Also tU« 
Irainhiq at Camp Rtillis included tiring the 30 caliber Mlbide 
lor ftmiiliaririliuu, 3D and 50 caliber machine guusby pari 
of lho unit, anti-aircraft finny, and last Inil rial least Ihe 
the inlilt ration course whoto all members received Iheir 
baptism ol lire. Machine g*in bullets whined overhead 
and Iracors could be seen (lashing through the air alonq 
with detonations ol dynamite throwing showers of mud 
skyward as visible reminders that the exercise was ltd 
pantomime. 

By the 27th ol February 1944, the Battalion had completed 
its program at Camp Bullis and on the same day left tol 
a predetermined bivouac area approximately six utiles 
uorthuust ol Uie Camp. 

Along with learning more ol the ways and means of 
soldiers in the lielci tivi BaUaliou enacted offensive! military 
action against Hiannlown. a rccoiislntclion ol a war lorn 
village such as might be enc-ouutcrcd in actual operations 
overseas. 

To the satisfaction ol inspectors Jiom Forel Sam Houston, 
our Commanding officer and company ofMcers. our Basic 
Training period was announced "finis"- The Uttll ihen 
returned to Camp UijIIis U> pic-pare for Hie m^rch buck to 
Tort Sum. On the 9\h of M<m:h, Companies A, B and H>i 
shouldered field packs and waved a fond adieu to Camp 
Bullis and lo C Company which remained behind for two 
days awaiting lavurdble weather conditions which would 
permit the completion ol anti-aircraft tiring with Ihe 50 
caliber machine gun* 

Oy [he 1Mb ol March 11)44. the entire Battalion was 
assembled at Fort Sam Houston and the unit boarded trains 
on the I3lh bound lor Lined* Army Air Field, where mess 
and guarteis were established dnring the Technical training 
period on the Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy Railroad. 



TECHiNLCALTHAIMM. 

The 723d Railway Operating Battalion arrived hi Lincoln, 
Nebraska on March 15, 1944, establishing HeadqilHrUrt til 
1200 hours on thai date. Within tho first Ihlflfl (lay* after 
arrival, furloughs were granted to all enlisted personnel 
and officers clgihle. A few men had been released for 
furloughs before the unit loft Texas but this group was In 
tht* minority and It was not until the organization arrived 
In Lincoln that the majority of tho Battalion personnel set 
off for home to enjoy the long awaited break in Hip 
monotonous routine of army life. 

On the 3rd of April 1944, the Technical Trdinlnq schedule 
was set in motion and cacti ol the four companies set aboul 
to learn tho specialized skills necessary in railroad opera- 
tion. Some of the men were beginners and their concen- 
tration was bent on acquiring the rudiments of hilherto 
unknown trades or specialties. To others who Had riviiian 
;ailroad experience, the training program was an interim 
in which previously acquired skills were entranced and 
perfected under Intensive injunction and practice. Thus the 
soundhouse, the cupola, the imgine, tht? open track— where 
the maintenance of way crews worked, the barracks wheiein 
ieleyraphy was laugh* and the stations that dotted the rait 
lines emanating from the Lincoln Terminal became class- 
rooms where practical experience, civilian raihaaders, and 
Ihe officers of tim Battalion were the teachers in getting Hie 
Unit coordinated into a working machine to handle fill 
duties pertaining fo Operating and maintaining anywhere 
from 60 to i:?fl milos of lailroad track and equipment, 

The training period at Lincoln was not entirely technical, 
however, lor a program was set up whereby all men were 
given rtdresher Courses In basic military subjects, such as: 
Held striping 50 caliber machine guns, close order drill, 
calisthenics. Chemical warfare and other training that helped 
make a more efficient unit lor protecting as well as operating 
a railroad, 



On May 4, after airangemeiils were made to Iced the 
Battalion at the station compliment mess of Lincoln Army 
Air Pleld, the cooks were placed on detached service at 
Port Riley, Kansas to attend !he Cooks and Bakers School. 

Under a hot. summer, Kansas sun and over hoi stoves 
out "ctilincry commandos" were initiated inlu the mysteriu!* 

ot Army Cookery. 

The curriculum was replete with courses on every phase 
of cookery plain and lancy. 

The cooks returned to Lincoln, on June 23* wilh their 
minds full of new theories, new recipes and new resolutions 
that, from thiit day Iience the loud would ba better Mian 
ever. 

There were two additional movements made to Fort Riley. 
The first, tor the purpose of firing the SO caliber machine 
gun on the M 45 anti-aircraft mounts by a required number 
of the Battalion* This program covered a period from the 
16th to the 23d ol May 19-14. The second was undertaken 
to fulfill training requirements relative In the qualification In 
tinns, All men who had not qualified with the 03 rifle, and 
I how who had not previously completed the infiltration 
course or fiwd the carbine lor familiarization were required 
to go to the Fort Riley Range lor this purpose, This was 
accomplished from the 25th to the 27 1 h ol June 1944, 

While receiving technical training in Lincoln the 72jd 
rendered a valuable public service during a flood emergency 
which oceured in the early part of Juno 1944. Thv Hood 
Waters of ihe Platte River were particularly rampant aw\ 
there was. (or a lime, a serious threat ol washouts on the 
Burlinqton Line which spanned the Platte east oi Ashland, 
Nehraska. 

fn answer to a cull for volunteers for aid, more lhan one 
hundred members oi Company A, including company officers, 
look over the job ol filling and loading sand baip on 11*1 
cars lor shipment to threatened areas where the bags were 
used to butress the track embankment in high water areas. 
Pausing only when the rain reached cloudburst proportions 

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Hi* emergency detachment worked umhi (ion -> throughout 

Ihe night wher^ in a ten hour period 14,000 tHhtl baQA were 
HJIod and loaded on 23 flat cats- 

Also not to be? forgotten, was the night pruhli.m Ibfll wa« 
undertaken on June 2, 1*14-1. This beinq taken as a Seen!) 
movu under simulated bailie conditions. 

Currying lull field packs and wearing steel helmets, thti 
BaltaUon marched a distance of approximately {en miles over 
roads ana terrain lined with concealed dynamite dhorgds 
which were dotnnaU>d at intervals to achieve the effect U 
hostile artillery fire To lend additional realism to Ihe 
exerdse, groups of men were selected lo art the part 61 
enemy opposition lirincj blank ammunition from machine 
tfuns located at several points. 

Twice during the march, gas attacks weie simulated and 
masks worn employed as Ihe Battalion made its way throuqh 
clouds o( smoke and tear gas released hy the "enemy", 
Contact Willi advance columns deployed hy ihe opposition 
resulted in the enactment of frequent Iroilal as well <is rear 
guard action. 

And so, back to, and nn with technical Iraining which was 
concluded with an oitorclse conducted on the famous Ashland* 
Prafrno Division. The Battalion was bivnuacod al the National 
Guard Camp just outside of Ashland, Nebraska for the 
duration, of the battle simulated conditions which laftted 
from Ihe tflh lo the 12th of July, The problem beinq, to run 
iris slretch of track in the required and typical Gi manner. 

The Battalion was divided into opposing forces, in Ihis 
"test ol operation**, one charged with yetting a supply train 
through from Ashland to Praque, white the other did its best 
lo stop or delay the run- Every elfort Was made lo have 
the action as realistic uv possible and guards •patrolled "bridges 
and Other vital points oi the line* Loufi in advance of tin? 
train's progress, Uifr righl-oJ-way was planted with booby 
traps and obstructions ol all kinds, and at frcQucnt intervals 
the train was the center ol exploding charges and clouds ot 
gas, 

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•OX TO 

LINCOLN 1 ' 




i,i-: M.ws - 

FRANCE 



Learning Ihoh spr-cialtacfl jobs as 9ngbiMr4 Mremen, 
brdkemon. IwkMjraphers and maintenance of way ninn nn I ho 
Burlington LlUCOln Division each mav flot a chance to prm» 
himself a dutilifttitl "railroader" on ilits, the final MBrcJ» ol 
training which combined both technical and military opera- 
lions. 

Willi the by word now as, "Att, Ihis outfit won! yo 
DWfer3£5S u * (ho advance party 1<*JI on the )5lh of July 194-1, 
lo procure Slid icatfy an army ol supplies and ociiriprocni 
required by ihn nvorsnas assiyi uncut lo comtt. 

No DM knevf Iho destination of the advance parly and luv, 
if any, would lumnd a cpiess on the point One Ihltiij wtis 
certain, however, the departure of Ihis group, which included 
Ihn Adjutant, Assistant Battalion Supply Office* and Nit* 
IkilUllnu Supply St*rr|(~ant. wus concrete iodicalinn llutt vnry 
soon Hie unit would he on tin* move loward out of lliu 
nlobal battlolronls* 

In ? ceremony al Theater No* 1, LAAP. on July 20, a 
idimvel! gathering was arranged by ollicials ol U;c Bnrtlncjlon 
Railroad for the 72:irf where all members ol the Battalion 
wore presented monoy belts by flu* Burlinqton officials. 



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THIS IS IT 

Still clinging in a saying, winch by Uiis lime hod changed 
to, "One thing sure, hall at tliese guys cauH pass Ihe nvOFSWffl 
physical at Ihe Pari"*, the Battalion left Lincoln nn August % 
1944. 

On August 4, Lhe 723d arrived al Camp Shanks, fharci Ui 
leceivn overseas indoctrination lectures, issues ol ti'oH 
clolhing and last minute scrutiny of personnel and military 
records: besides, chocking T A T, preparing rosters and, — 
Whfll do you know? Everyone passed the overseas physical. 

Then came Ihe familiar. "This is It"; and on Aucjusl 10, the 
Battalion, by companies, marched to the station and finch 
individual willi lull field pack end duffle bag boarded a train 
for NYPE* On arriving al j Nl*w York Central station the men 
loit the train with all equipment and matched aboaid the 
terry* crossed to Manhattan, onto the pier and boarded the 
E, B. Alexander, With very little delay Ihe ship pulled out 
of New Yoik at approximately 1030 hours on August It. 1944, 

Aside Jroin abondon ship drills, inspections sweating out 
two long chow lines daily, — usually eating with piespiraiion 
dripping into the mess gear, — and an occasional rietnil in 
the galley or latrine, the trip was uneventful and the passenger 
was an his own. Reading, several boxing matches, movies 
and an orchestra organized from among those on boiird, 
provided entertainment during die voyage. 

The convoy grow the first Sew days and dispersed again 
for several different ports upon approaching the roast of 
England. The E. 0* Alexander docked at Liverpol on <\urjust 
22, and the 723d disembarked on the morning of the 24ttt, 
boarded lr-jiiis immediately and arrived at Southampton the 
same day. 

With approximately 30 hours spent in Euylatid the 
Battalion boarded the British ship Chelsea on August 25, at 
Southampton- 

The troop compartments were more congested and uncom- 
fortable aboard Ihe Chelsea than they were on Ihe E. B- 
Alexander and the food served was no attraction* 

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Tlir channel crossing wan as unevenllul as il was slow for 
it w.is iiai until approximately I6i» hours (he 2Mh that the 
unloading wus started by U C r. J s onto Utiflt Beach. A 
baggagv detail beiuq lell aboard to unload dnlllo bays. 

After lauding on the bunch, Htfi fettteltaft moved inland to 
bivouac area cinlit, some five nttM north and *uisl ol the 
hindiivj point 

Encampment hfittt ladled but two days and on August 28i 
ill 2000 hours, tlie Unit moved via motor convoy lo the 
outskirts of Chef On HonL This timu blvouacirur >n an apple 
nrchard near the uilroad that passed through Ike Village* 

The following ddy at OGOa shelters wena struck and the 
Battalion entrained at Chef Du Pont headed lor La Mans, 
Francs* its first station- 



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FULKIIJJLEVr OF A MISSION 

Thus across Fraucu Via St Lo, Armenian, Surdon, Alencan 
aim dually Le Mans, Uie 723d dHrained and moved lo quar- 
ters in a forme* Trench army barracks jusl racenilv evacuated 
Ijy Iho German J^rces* 

The Battalion with its mission underway al lasl, established 
Headq nailers at 1330 hoins 29 Autiusi 1944, on llm Ihird Ilnor 
al a building j.ial north o( Ihe depol at Lt* Mnns and operated 
belwerm Le Mans and Surdon. This Hist npnreilion was more 
in tfW nature of a temporary assignment under Hi* 70filh 
Railway Grand Division Iheu located al PoittaubauIL 

On September 9. Iho 7&W moved 1o Surdon, France where 
Battalion Headquarters w*s eslahlished. The t/nilwas assigned, 
on Ihis (hHc, under the 706th Railway Grand Division Al Le 
Mans, lo operate the territory Trom Surdon to Dreux includitiq 
both terminals. Temporary quarters ware established in 
throo French Manors located on llm highway connecting 
Moiiani Le Pin and MarmumEle* 

When lh« Fktttelfort arrived in Surdon* there was murh to 
ho done. Musi ol the buildings had been damaged bv air 
dllackt Thu railroad yards wcie in poor condiliuii and 
Ihore were no Facilities Tor handling oilier Mian a mure 
trickle ol liallic. 

Tho personnel of iho Unit was dispersed between Surdon 
and Drebx but Mr* hulk ol llie Battalion was Quartered at 
Stirdou. 

And now, what had been an enigma nr silence was unloldml 
as the advance party arrived! oji S&pleinbftr 14, 1944. They 
had loll Lincoln, Nebraska, we learned, and proceeded lo 
New York where IhQy embarked on I lie Mauritania* In five 
days, sailing without convoy protection, they trussed the 
AUanfic. 

Pi am lhr» day Ihe advance party landed in EuqLu.d Uieir 
work began. Equipment ranyinfj Irani pianl prime movers Eo 
shovels was gathered Irom every corner o( EnqLitiff. Ample 
testimony that the parly had pnrlormod its mission thoroughly 
was evident when Ihe Unit's Impedimenta was *i?t down in 

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Fmiicg. The battalion was as well equipped to perform i|s 
mission as was -my similar unit ll-.ei. operating OH the 
continent 

Willi Ihe Unit complete once mom, several projects wens 
initiated in improve Surdon. German Prisoners worn obtained 
Irotn Alertcon find the 'lace lifting" benmi. 

Work was smarted immediately lo clean out and repair 
Ihe station and the few Imflmnrjs thai were not completely 
rendered useless by the riedge of war. The remainder weie 
leveled a«d the surrounding arc-as cleared. 

The Station was used as dispatcher's oilice. BeltQiton Head- 
quarters and sleeping quarters for transient MOWS as well 

as for Battalion Headijuattet* personnel. 

Several smaller buildings were used lor a Post Exchange. 
Chaplain's office and tor the power unit which lurnislicd 

electricity, 

Five Gorman, I'rc-fnh lira led barracks were dismantled and 
moved Iroin Nonaul Lo Pin lo Surdnn where- they were 
reconstructed on the site where u shorl time belort had stood 
bomb galled buildings One was used for officers quarters. 
another lor a d-spensaiy, as a. medical delachmenl of two 
olflcers and nine enlisbui men finally arrived and was 
assigned lo the unit on Oclobci 13. 194-1. A third was used 
Tor enlisted men's quarters. Still under cnnslnHlion when 
Ihe unit lefl Surdon were Iwci other barracks, one scheduled 
In be used as a mess hall and the other as enlisted personnel 
barracks. 

Facilities lor coaling engines were provided and water 
lines were reconstructed to bring water into stand pipes for 
servicing locomotives. 

-\ stockade and barracks were built to house 250 German 
prisoners who were assigned as a permanent labor corps lor 
the Battalion, The prisoners were utilized to ihe Utmost in 
ail ol Ihe i debilitation work and even on ihe railroad, where 
security permitted. 

Tracks aid v.nd facilities wore repaired and pressed into 
service to handle the rush of trallic lhat berjan to pour out 



nr Cherbourg flnd Ui'uugh Suidati on the way to Paris and 
the combat nr^as beyond. 

Concurrent with His rebuilding of Surdon the train movement 
and operating soclions of (he Unit kept supply trams moving. 
Company C personnel worked day and night manv of 1(3 
crews going twentyfnnr and thirty six hours without respite. 
The dispatchers djid operators loo ( wore occupied around Ihr* 
clock moving au endless stream of cars eastward to Drou*. 

So great, as a matter of (act, was the volume of traffic 
between these points thai the operating crews were worked 
to a point almost beyond human endurance. Tim 7l0lh Rail* 
way Grand Division, [fl whom we were now assigned under 
date of September 18, was aware or this situation, however, 
and on October a l!M4 a radiugium was Issued rmm their 
Ifendquyrters attaching two officers and 127 enlisted men or 
the operating company of the 732d Railway Operating 
Battalion, to tympany t; ol this unit. This platoon arriving 
on Hie Nth ol October, provider! enough manpower to give 
relief to the train and engine crews and they remained until 
October 2t. at which time they returned to their parent 
organization^ 

On October 2% I0M Headquarters ol the 723d was closed 
al Surdon and re- established oti die siime day al Drcmjc, 
France. The Unit being assigned the additional trackage 
west ol Surdon to Arguntan. This increase of divisional 
territory made lh«j overall distance now covered, 112 Kilo- 
meters or 70-4 miles. 

The situation by now permitted the hire of French 
civilians a& parts of ciows and laborers in many jobs around 
the roundhouse and yards. The German Prisoner Company 
had been moved to Droux and was still used to very good 
advantage. 

The outside interests during Novemher included a memorial 
service and parade on Armistice Day when the Battalion 
was invited by the City o! Dreux to participate in the 
activities of the day. There was a gathering of the towns 
people in llie main square where the parade was Tormed. 
This Unit being represented by officers, color bearers ar*d 

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guards, Ihe Drum and Bugle Corps and a delachinenl of 
enlisted HWn armed with rifles. The parade proceeded Irom 
Ihp renter of town to Ihe cemelurv where our men held 
services by the graves ol American aviators kilted uear 
Dreux prior to American occupation. A very line speech 
was made by the Major ol DrettX in honor or all war dead* 

Thanksgiving was duly observed by the Battalion on 
November 23, at a gathering where all members that could 
possibly he spued without hampering operations, attended. 
Abo attending the ceremony were seveial officers Irom 
higher headquarters and ihe City Council ol Dreux. Willi 
music oiid singing, the President's Thanksgiving Proclamation 
read by the Commanding Officer, a word Irani Ihe Mayor and 
a hriei message by the Unit Chaplain, Ihc program was 
completed with ihe aw*ird oi Good Conduct Ribbons la 168 
enlisted men by their rcspcclive Company Commanders, 

The :lage was appropriately decorated for the occasion 
willi fruit*, vegetables and other merchandise. This, in 
addition to the Iree will offering, taken al the close of the 
ceremony amounting to approximately 3500 francs, was 
distributed to Ihe poor and needy ol Dreux and vicinity- 

In th'- evening a dance was held, which incidentally, was 
the lirsl public dance to be h«dd in Dreux for approximately 
lour ycais. The riance Wfltf enjoyed by all mililary peisonnel 
of the area and by the civilians who cared to attend. 

On 9 November 1944 whon changes were made in Grand 
Division Territories the 723d was now under the 707th Rail* 
way Grand Division located at Cherbourg. The usual headaches 
were encountered that always occur when such changes are 
made. However. th*i notation's territory was not changed 
again until December 2Jrd when Ihe line was again extended 
and Ihe Battalion was bounced beck to Ihe 710lh Railway 
Grand Division. This time His? eddition was made east of 
Dreux lo St Cyr and including Malelols Yard al Vatsaillgs, 
making a total of I Ui.7 miles ol the main roil supply line 
lo the "Front", operated by the Unit. 

With what turned out bo be the final major oflnnsive action 
by the German War Machine, the Battalion was put on lh5 

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alert and Christmas arui New Years passed wilh very Utile 
celebration* 

The spirit of Christmas mis upheld however, when 
at a suggestion from GattaJiou Headquarters and wIUi the 
aid ol the chaplain, the following program was carried out; 

22 December — The Chaplain, -with a qroup of ollicers and 
enlisted men, visited the schools extending nieelinns from 
Ihe American Army. Mare Ihftji 2500 candv bars, doruited 
by the men from their Christmas boxes nr t d Post Exchange 
rations, were distributed to the Children. Sonqs and Christ* 
mas exercises were presented by Ihc children at each school. 

23 December — The Chaplain visited the children^ hospital 
and distributed several hundred candy bars, apples, and toys* 

25 Incumber — About 230 French orphans, and children 
(ram very poor families, were fed a Christmas dinner in 
several mess halls. Candy and toys were distributed after the 
meal. In the afternoon a movie of the American armed 
forces in action was shown to 1500 Frcncit children. Willi 
Hie explanation and hope that their Chnstmss was brighter 
and happier because ol the Allied Liberation nf France. 

When advised of the bombing oi Si Lnzare Station in Paris 
on the jiight ol December 2f>, a small detail from the Unit 
was sent to hulp repair Ui-e damage. Two of this group 
received commendations for their efficient work (turn this 
Superintendent ol Equipment ol the 710th Railway Grand 
Division and Irom their own Commanding Officer. 

Several other commendations were received from higher 
headquarters while Hie Unit was at Drtuix. One ol the more 
notable being made for the efficient handlinq and safety 
record that was established during the Battalion's operations 
on the eon Lin enL 

Only one major #ccidi*nt occurred in Uus period An ammuni- 
tion train collided wilh u wrecking derrick overturning the enqine 
and lender, killing a French fireman and setting fire to die 
ammunition cats. However, twenty of the twenty nine cars 
in the train were saved* As a result two officers of the 
Battalion were later awarded Bronze Star Medals tor per- 
forming exceptionally hazardous duties in connection with 

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savinq additional ti«S *md pulling the (ire on the engine to 
prevent 41 Jrom exploding Several other mumb^is dI H :.• 

Unit were awarded Mciiwrioas ^e^yiee GwUtirtHw i*y |hd 
Director Geneiril, Miiiiuiy Railway Service lor Lheir old i j 
clearing up the wreck. 

A voluntary contribution was made by III? men nf |h** 
Battalion la the widow o! Mm deceased S^CR I i reman in tho 
iiDiound of 10,5V) franc* f$ 210.0O». 

On Mm 2tsl til Jtmuury the* European llti'iik-r ot Opeiiitinn. 
Blood Bank sent out an nnjenl appeal lor type "O" blood. 
All ol this Companies wens chucked and ol Hie U55 LM with 
that type of blood. scaileied over 120 miles of tcdlroad, tj59 
were nhle to make donations without niiv l<=ss of lime from 
work. Five oHicOri ol the llallaJion jIso doubted blc;nd 

Another project, shoslly allerward. was insiituted in wliicli 
12,2*14 fnmes was rolletrlod and Contributed to the * Man h ol 
Dimes' drive conducted In the States in connection with the 
celebration ol the Piesulonl's biTthday. Alierijxi the customary 
slogan, the 723d wmpaujn was piiblitizod as a "March ol 
Dirties Across the Sea" and a money order (S ^jJC*W>) was sent 
to the Warm Sprincis Foundation, in cam of the President ol 
the United StfcttfS. 

The balance- of the* prcsenl DsSiflWttfinf was;uievenllul except 
lor the gradual cliangg lo Phase III Operation, whereby Uuj 
French took ovei the* operation of this territory *mc! under 
Movement Orders from Headquarters Second Military Kailwav 
Service dated Vi March 1945- Hie Battalion . — Supplies, 
Equipmenl and pr-r$oartt*l kdl on lorn* trains on Mafcli 

I3iii ( "Destination Germany"*] 

Following close on iho hnels ot Ihe udvancinq American 
Forces, Hie Unit arrived in Muuchun-Gladtiach al tiitiht* Amid 
Ihe distant rumbling of Artillery the first train passed through 
Ihe ghostly terminal unknowingly, but stopped short a lew 
miles beyond with the nose ol tin* engine in n bomb crater 
and Ihe personnel unhinujinij themselves from oilier arms, 
tegs and equipment ac Ihe Iron! of each car* Only a fin* 
Buffered bruises mirl scratches, however, and iho train was 
pulled back to Ihe station jnsi at dawn, 

21 



Headquarters was uslablishud a) MuiHhen-GUidbadu 
Germany on \5 March 1045 at 1200 hours? one ytmr to Hie 
■J<i\ and hour alter Headquarters was established <it Lincoln, 
Nebraska to start training Tor It's primary mission, Al tbflt 
Ifmo no one dared la predict that the 723d Railway Operating 
Battalion would bo operating in Germany one year Irom that 
dote; 

With this change in operating territory came the change of 
technical supervision from tlm 710th to the 7081!) Railway 
Grand Division. 

The main lino of operation was from Henoqenrath to 
Geldern with railheads changing Irom time to time to lit the 
needs of the Ninth U. S. Army, whom we were now sorting 
on a priority movement basis* 

Operations were under shell fire quite often al several 
points aluny Ilia line but no serious damage was caused and 
no lives lost from litis action. Of course this threat was 
removed almost overnight when the Ninth Armv broke 
through I he German Rhine defenses and chanqeri the battle 
tine from within a lew miles to a point approximately half 
way across Germany, ■ 

The untimely death of our President and Commander in 
Oriel was mourned by ■ r 1 1 and a memorial scivice wns held 
on Apiil 14th al Ihe Battalion Chapel in his honor. 

During April an increasing (low of supplies were pushed 
through to keep up wilh Ihe lightening advance of the aimic* 
and westward trains hauled an estimated I2S,000 prisoners of 
war ftttd 29,000 French and Belgium repatriates in the month 
period. 

The 723d*s most important and exacling task was the 
operation or the Gouldtn Bridge at Wesel — first railroad 
span constructed acrcss the Rhine River. Operation uf the 
bridge became Ihe Unit's responsibility on 2ft April, and from 
then to VE-Day, a daily average of 16 Eastbound trains 
crossed Ihe river — or about one train eastward every hour- 

The significance of operating the bridge becomes evident 
on considering that over a single track span it has been 









neeetttiiry lo funrrH all l:aslhoun-cl traffic to the American 1st, 
9lh and lSlli Armies as well as the British 2nd Armv. Thus 
the bridge was, in effect, a self-imposed bottleneck which* 
it n less expertly (muled and controlled, would have choked 
off rail Iniflic destined for supply depots and railheads 
Supporting the Allied sweep to victory. 

It is of prime importance thai we not forgel the splendid 
work don*? continually liy the track, bridge and siqnal platoons 
ol CompdJiy **A*\ Their never-ending job of construction, 
maintenance and ichibililation was accomplished under bazar** 
dons conditions and in all kinds of weather, making It 
possible lo spee« tip operations with good tommuniua linns 
and with an increasingly Safer right-of-way. 

Tlie accomplishments of the car. shop and totind house 
platoons of Company |f B" are evident as shown in statistics 
listed at the end ot this narrative. 

The 9th of May saw the Official end of the war in Europe, thus 
nor operations wore reversed. The flow of certain Items, 
such as ammunition and ordnance material, lo the forward 
areas was haltod and a great movement to the rear was 
started, 

Once again a change in Grand Division jurisdiction wis 
made and on 17 April the Unit was ana in under the 707th. 
Several adjustments in the Ha Hal ion's territory were mudu 
from time to lime. The major change Involved the 
assignment ol the line Irom Mnnchcn-Gladbach, over the 
Victory Bridge at Duisberg to Hamm, Germany, on TA May 
1945. Also the spur lines irom Viersen, »n Dulken. German v, 
and K refold to VVillich, Germany, were still the responsibility 
or Ihe 723d. 

Several former German railroad employes were hired he 
fore th-? end of hostilities to help get elect rid v opera led 
Switches and control lowers in the various vaids into service 
and wilh Urn end of the war utilization of all iormer railroad 
personnel was started* The ultimate ijoal being to turn 
back all operations to Ihe Germans, having only supervisionai 
control by Ibe occupying forces, 






With this goal now attained and (he supervision of the 
railroads turned ever to the British in this* their occupaiino'il 
territory, the 723d has completed it's mission in the ETC. 

The Battalion is nmborized Battle Stars lor campaigns, 
"Northern France'*, "RIujic-UuhT and "Central Europe". Tho 
Unit ltdd no casualties Irom direct enemy action but there 
Were tour deaths frum accirjenta, One of furor lost a hand 
and one EM lost a loot Irom mines planted near the iii|ht* 
ol-way at Duisberg. Each accident was as unfortunate as 
nre all accidents but to bo serving under Ihe conditions ol 
modern war, injimcs and casualties have bean extremely low 
in this Unit. 

On 3 July 1945 Ihe announcement was made thai the 
Kuthilion was classllied a Category IV Unit and at somr* 
future data, yet to be determined, would mtum to the USA. 
for deactivation thus ending thr. Hie of n battalion. 

Now, with cnkslhenics, clow order drill and special service 
programs to pats Ihe time 1 , one question is in the mind pi 
sacli individual, "When and where do I qo frL>m here?", as 
no Miie knows who will romnin with thf* Unit to no "uveiseas" 
(USA) or who will be redeployed In this aone — only time 

and Special Orders will tell. 



24 



IN MlvMolULM 



JOHN R. VALENTINE, .IK. 
Technician Fifth Cruilv, 
Killod in lino of duty: 
France — 10 December l!M4. 



JAMES V. GROSS, 
Private First Class, 
Killed in line al duly: 
Germany — 31 Mnreh 1345* 

* 

- 

WILLIAM G, MILES, 
Technician Pif 111 Grade* 
Killed in lin* of clutv: 
Gurnuiuv 19 As>ril 1945. 



ARTHUR R. MOV ELAND. 

Privd!^ Fiisl Class. 

Died — Germany — 2 June 1945. 



25 



BATTALION AWARDS 

Campaign SKY "NORTHERN PRANCE" 

Loiter. Hq. ETOUSA, file AG 200.0 OpCA: Subject: 
"Batllfi Participation Awards'*, dated 21 April 1945. 

Campaign Star "RH!NE1,ANL>" 

LetlPr. Hq, ETOUSA. flic AG 200.6 OpGAi Subjoct: 
'Baltic Participation Awards", ilrtK-d July 1945. 

Campaifln Star "-CENTRA!. EUROPE" 

Letter. Hq, ETOUSA, file AG 200.6 OpGA; Subject: 
"HattlB Participation Awards", dated 27 Jinn- 1945. 

Campaign Ribbon GAME 

WD Circular No. 62, ll February \944. 

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS 

Captain Thomas VV\ McCabe 
Puiple Heart — 

Awarded by GO 32, Hq 32d General Hospital, APO 22N, 
U. S. Army dated 19 June 1045 for wounds received as a 
result of enemy action in Germany 10 June 1945, 

Bronze Star — 

Awarded by GO 100, Hq, Com 2, ETOUSA, 11 June 19*5, 
Tor meritorious service in connection with military 
Operations 35 January 10-15. in France. 

Captain Gmnye O. Larmer 

Bronze Star — 

Awarded by GO 100, Ha, Com Z, bTOUSA. 11 June 1945, 
lor meritorious SWVlc* in connection with military 
operations 25 January 1945, in France. 

Pic Ivan G. Stewart 

Purple Heart — 

Awarded by GO 52, Hq 32d General Hospital, APO 223, 
U. S. Army dated 19 June 1045 lor wounds received as a 
result of enemy fiction in Germany 10 June 1945. 

2 









CEUTIKICATKS OF MERIT 



!st Lt Harold D, toirfe 
*PSgl Joseph E. Kaschuluk 
T'Sgl Raymond H. Smith 
Sflt Franklin J. Cnrlo 
Scfl Claude* E. Palmer 
Sgl Fred J. Sachs 
Tec 'I Harry N. Alexander 



Tec 4 


William H. Thompson 


Tec 5 


(litis R. Brown 


Tec 5 


Tl.omas W, Canty 


Tee 5 


Ear] O. Full 


Pic 


Jolm M. Ducket 


pic 


Donald V, Cornia 


l-Ic 


Webb S. Swflnn 



27 





"GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN' 1 






RANK 


NAME « POSITION 


ASN 


DATE 
ASSIONSB 


DATE 

FKItUKD 




\s\ U 


Blessman, Charles W. 
\U\ Foreman ul Engines 


0*19 tS85 


21 Dec 43 — 


4 Mar 44 




2d It 


Bryan, Gilber! D 
ILilialion Supply OlliCfef 


ciini790a 


21 Dec 43 — 


1 1 Mar 14 




Is! Ll 


Crabli, Vrtnuui ft 
Chl«f Disptttriier 


0462240 


21 Dec 43 — 


i Mar 44 




lit li 


Cmluv. L«i» C- 
Aftftt Train iiwtter 


63264(0 


27 May 44 — 


16 Jul 45 




Zil Ll 


Davis. Stdfl&y T- 
A*sl Troinmo^liH 


0ISM7IR7 


to Pa* 44 - 


fl Jul 14 


i 


Ul Ll 


Gregory, CAtJpW F- 


01&7W2 


21 Due 43 - 


5 JOT 45 




Y.ifdtuflster 










Gapt 


Johnson, Kuljtrfi n. 
HoadQUWtert Cornel? 
i:mumandt?j 


0292881 


13 Jul 44 ~ 


15 Jul 45 




WOJG 


Kramer. Paul J* 

A-^si Division StorclUAIpOf 1 


W*2131018 


15 Peli 44 - 


- 7 May 44 




cm 


Lumpkin, linnh J- 
Adjutant 


0500815 


21 Dec 43 - 


- 2fi Fell 4-t 




Capl 


MrDermoU. CIrtye* C 


0173546 


21 Dec 43 * 


- « lul 44 






Hoadci carters Companf 
Com zander 










&ri 


McCo^3i T1h«ii*i*i W t 
TKiinmr?ter 


05111 117 


21 Dec 43 - 


- 19 Jttft 45 




isl Ll 


MvlnU, Raymnmfl F* 
ltd Fuitswan "( Eciffines 


01114680 


21 Dec 43 - 


- 5 Jmi 45 




2tl Ll 


1Uvv. William M-» J* 


0)5911710 


5 Jul 44 


- <1 Mar 45 






Arimmitfr-itlvft Of€Wer* 










Oim.ianv A 










Is* Ll 


U^Vinond, uluyd C 
Most Officer 


0S42001 


W Jiiit « 


- 21 Jul 44 




2il Ll 




01113023 


21 Dec 43 


- 27 Due 41* 




Co m 


KnsHioi, HovmhI W. 
Chap tain 


QS34029 


2L Dee 43 


Hi Feb 45 




1st 1.1 


'Ctflftyi lUssell U 


OlfJH 70 


21 Dec 43 


— 30 Apr 44 






Ydnhiia*t*jr 








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OFFICERS 








Pasadena 

Socf <uiien lo 
i 


CALITORNIA 

Uimer, Cwinc- Capl Lift N Raymond Aw. 
A4|utaut 

CQlunrtflh, Charles Mi 1*1 M 201 San Antonio Way 
Mechanical Empire t 






• 


Washing ton 


DISTttlCT COLUMBIA 
V.in VllBt. Elvlii W. id Lt 3*>5 Hdinilhm St. N. \V. 
Admini^lirtUve Ollii-"i 






• 


Poeatello 


IDAHO 
Jnosl, Barl O Capl 635 No. Lincoln St. 
Master Mcclmnir 






Sparia 


ILLINOIS 

Peters, Glenn W> *** Ll |0S ' W ' "urban* SL " 
Assi Master M«h»nK 

TetertHtAT. (ieome C- i^> U HO &UH1 « 
Track Supervisor 








Relay 


MARYLAND 
McOoomty, J&me* E. 1st LI 182? Clark Blvd. 
Chi**' Dtopoiclu'i 






1 


Croud Rapids 

JoeltMin 
Detroit 


MICHIGAN 

Alvonl. J Bine* L COpi 7flf) Hawthorn* 5L 
Maintenance of Way Super- 
visor 

F*dore. Htmfe J »** Ll 712 BIocIhIum St. 
Rd l : >ic*m^n of Unyines 

Uur. William U. W LL llftil Burlinyame Si- 
Initiation Surgeon 






. 


Kansas City 
Pine Lmvn 


MISSOURI 
Gruihtim. Doylft Lt Cnl 683S Apfttft St. 
Super tit Urn dan I 

Dyer, Vernon G. 1st LI 3450 Qakdlte Place 
Asst :vlainli?nam;o of Way 






i' 


BotIhv 
Omaha 


NEBRASKA 

Jacabvn, John tst Ll Gen. Del. 
B * B Supervisor 

SfrdWi Arthur J, »»* Lt «6t2 No. 22d St. 

Railway Car Foreman 

31 







Ma plywood 



New Yitrk 



Mi ml 

strata 

Toledo 

Philadelphia 
Pittsburgh 

BmwnwiMHl 



GarfiBld 



Woodstock 



Cheyenne 



NEW JERSEV 

Hildebrand, John C. df. M Lt HI Wynmlng A vs. 

Adminislraliv* OI'iCCT 
Company C 

NEW YORK 

Boylo, Rnyrnoad F, 2d Ll 500 W. l?lst SL 

Administrative Officer 
uiny I J 

NOftTII DAKOTA 
pnell, Albert E. 1st LI 22 Seventh St. S, W, 



M Lt Gen. Del, 



ncrinetwuw* Pon*tnau 

Madseu, Harold 9 
Assl Traiiima&ier 



OHIO 

Conner, IMIph W. WOJG 1450 Koliins Bnad 

AssL Division Sttireki'epei 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Lutte. Harold D. 1st Lt 519 So. 21*1. SL 

Vies-, ouicei 

Knntz. Edward V. Isl Lt -T445 Purtola Ave. 

RftlUlfoto Dtntal Officer 

THXAS 

TlllmM, Thomas B. Ca|rt IHHO EiaM SL 

division Shirrkerper 

UTAH 

GofL Aubrey £ tat U P, O, flox 2-1o 

Signal Supervisor 

VIRGINIA 
Edwards, Jonathan Opt P* O. Box 386 

Chaplain 

WYOMING 

West, Oscar E- Major 81*1 W, Sfttond Ave. 






A 'si Superintendent 






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ENLIVTED PERSONNEL 








ALABAMA 








Montgomery 


Crable, Iv.m 1). Tec 5 


S Hammer Stieel 






p 


ARIZONA 








PhoeBtt 


Lamly, Erwin Pic 


17J3 N. 141 Ave 




1 


Tin-Arm 


Mun^^V* Clydu E. Pfc 
ARKANSAS 


712 E. 1st 




i 


Jane^boro 


Buctranua Koiwit ll *£«c 5 


1017 Culfavi house Si 




f 


AlKinft 


BuioetL Willi. im C Mttgl Gen. P^ 




i 




CALIFORNIA 








El Cal*>n 


Wdito. James W. Ter J 


ftt 2 






Geraada 


HttBt, Eldon A. Tec 4 


p, o, b™ v:* 






Uniir Roach 


DdvuniKiil, William B\ T« 5 


3^(H Falcon Avt 






Los Angles 


Murray, CharlW B Tec 5 


IR83 WWt 2fltfi St 






San Dicnn 


Bryan 1, Lloyd A, Tec a 


-1775 DawiiS SL 






Siin Francisco 


Cunningham, George J- T'Sflt 


I77U ftjLsam St 






Santa Muiur;a 


S-u. ftrnl W. Tec 3 


7;™ 40i si 






VicloivilU- 


G'jndwilL Oliver D, Tec 3 
COLORADO 


Box '-»<« 






Adulter 


Hoi retro. RouctI Tec 3 
CONNECTICUT 


Box 263 










Rridcienorl 


Pjura, William C, Jr. Pic 
GEORGIA 


1731 Noble ftVO 






Atlanta 


Munis, William J* Toe fl 
IDAHO 


flg? Pryar St, SW 






Viclur 


tSWOflftft David J pre 
ILLINOIS 


Ge». Del. 






CbiCAfK 1 


April, t«tt*rd W - t«C fi 


W4 V- LuftlRtqM 






Chicttfto 


HqtttnaWi William C\ Tec 5 


1021 N, SL Louto Ave 






Chicago 


Herman, Genrm* .1. Tec 3 


mn N, Stale Pkwy 






Chicago 


LevJne. Julius Pvl 


IR5U S. Sawver Av» 






Chic, inn 


Monnoid, OWfli J* Pvl 


2&33 Hampden Ct 






* lit Icaqu 


RAM Arthur E. Pvl 


19 G. INurmii SI 






Chicago 


Schmitll, Harrv W- P*| 


3540 N. New linqland 






Chicono 


Walker, Uoyd Tec 5 


3CfiJ W. 52nd PI 

33 














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ILLINOIS (Cotitluui'tll 




CJucaao 

Chicago 

Danville 


Wark«nltort, Harvard G. 
Wi*IK Lawieiin? C 


Ter fi 


lifti 5. Stole si. 
2205 E* 711 Place 


Col tin a», DaVtd H. 


Pic 


Gen, 001. 


Httntivcr 
Maioain 
It nli hi son 


Whalcn, Up IV 
Carson. RlivmII L. 
Hippeu&leeli trail JI. 


Tec ft 

CpL 

Pic 


Oml Del* 

±\(> Sherman Ave 

MU7 W. Mam 


ShelbyviUe 


Winson, Harry E- 

INDIANA 


Tito 1 


Oerr- Del? 


Blo^nitnqlon 


Robinson, Ross E. 


i sat 


5U S, Lim-'oln 51. 


EvansviUe 


small, C&orge a 


Tec I 


Di2 Nnw York Avi* 


It'chaiitti'olis 


Coffman. Airjyle A. 


PvL 


602 E, Ohio SL 


V ■■. H "■ H H ^^H V H ■ ■ J 

Indianapolis 
Peru 


Wallace. Ham* B- 
Kei J schn**i\ .lame* Ci 


Pvl 
Tec 4 


1-105 Gnwfln St. 
270 G, Monroe Ave 


WanaUili 


llmvlak. Robert L. 

IOWA 


Tec 3 


Kl 2 


Mason City 


Aslahl, Roy V. 


Toe 5 


17 — J3lh St NE 




KANSAS 






Belle Plain* 


Dady, Lawrence 


pre 


Kl 2 


Carbondate 


Crouch, Clare W- 


Jw 5 


Gen. DeL 


Wichita 


Massey, Lylc W. 


Pre 


1420 5, Emporia 




KENTUCKY 




Bradluid 


Wedne*. Bernaid M. 


Tec 4 


kt 1 


Florence 


G&UonsU'iu, tawrchefi B. 


Toe: > 


Gm. Del, 


Goody 


McCoy* Walker 


S/Sat 


Gen. DeL 


LnncAsier 


Turner. William H, 


Pfc 


Gen. DcL 


Loui&villC 


Crenshaw. Donnir N. 


Tfc 5 WU Amhci*i Ave 


Louisville 


Frank. LcsliG E 


Tec 3 


, MS S, Shelby 51. 


Paris 


Slipp* WHHam K t Jr. 


Tec 4 HI 


Loulsvlllu 


Tucker, BetoffI K. 


TM 1 


IflLI Alhtton Ave 






MARYLAND 



Reedy, Eugene lu 



Tec 5 210d Hmnewood A 



MICHIGAN 



Detroit KrtteO- Haiuld J. 

Detroit Mc-Kenno, Charles T. 

Highland Park WchiqarUn. Morris H. 

Ionia Owens, Paul 

Kalamazoo Krlianlz. Frank R- 



V2 



Tec 5 1740 Colliwiwnud 

Tec 5 ?U23 Kentucky 

Wrr I40JO Wootlwiiifl Ave 

Sterjl Kl 3 

Tec 3 *$ Michiqan CenlraJ Dfept 



ai 






Menominee 
IO>V*il Oak 



Littte Palh 



hteiidi 



j (i 



Hientwooil 
Kansa* CUy 



Helena 
Helena 
Hehimlln 
Kulu 



MICHIGAN 

Millar, MCtafrd D, 
Muimv ( Yh minis A. 
Si»i<itt\ Howard C, 
Culticr* Hrtrley A. 



(Continued) 

Pic 
Pfc 



tlOJi N, Francis 
8I5'>'-' Dunlar Ave 
Iftl AIIhcIhm 



TfiC 5 HO N, Uiium St 



MINNESOTA 
TWWQsWi Aluysnn £** J7— 2nd Ave SI= 

MISSISSIPPI 

Morten, L&Olfi \L Tix 5 JS«£-H»t& Ave 



Avo 





MISSOURI 




Maze. Raymond 
Leepoi, Thomas 


W. Toe 4 
Tec 4 

MONTANA 


2MI 
lolV 
1037 



Cecelia 
Pickor 
Summit Si 



Cramer. Bert A* 
(U>vel«jid. Arthur R 
Gtvjiy. John T* 
Rmi. Francis J. 



Tec 5 lft3G Missoula 

Pvl 229 6th Ave 

Tec 4 On. DeL 

Tec * Gen. i)*L 



Ave 



Omaha 
Shine v 

Jersey Cilv 
IptMy CUy 
Ft ah way 



Capllan 
U*vinn 



Hroiu: 
Brooklyn 
niatiblv" 
Lnnn Island 
New Vnrk 

Salamanca 



NEBRASKA 

CuiM. William H, Jr M'Sijt 5122 Webster St. 

Shumate, iUn<Ue, Jc> ttSgt I3J8 Foiroal St, 



NRW 

Smilh, Chark's 
Smith, Edward 
Conrad, Chester 

NEW 

Ginvngu, Philip 



JBttSEV 

Tec 3 
Pvt 

s/s a t 

MEXICO 

pfe 
Pic 



ZBU IMnhnth Ave 
920 Summit Ave 
757 Pierpont St, 



Box 57 



NSW YORK 



Mocn&v, Th -him* D. 
Howes, TTioma* J, 
Gaipftiln, James 
Sullivan, Jantt't W, 
Cohen, Stanley 
Paccjko. Jflwph M. 
Burl&v, Russell & 



Tec 3 1533 University Ave 

Tec t 489 Oih St, 

Toe 4 I7M Dekalb Ave 

Fvt 1673 New Hyde Park 

Pfc 020 Wi 1WH sl 

Tec 5 1S4 Main St 

Tic 5 39 Pawn Ave 



nv 



35 



'.mil j 



Bettftl 


Mmiison, Hairy A. 


Pvi 




Rl 2 


Caldwell 


Flay^s* John G 


Tec 


S 


1025 Delbml Si. 


Cincinnati 


Bnglu, Dlllarrt K 


Tex 


I 


225 Foidfck SI 


Cincinnati 


Mueller. Ralph t:. 


Tec 


r> 


4125 Prances Ave 


CCmi iniwitl 


Kolius. Hoibert B< Jr 


FV1 




203Q rim §!>/ 


Cleveland 


CoUK 8olit*M L. 


Pvl 




2930 Prospect Ave 


Columbus 


Weber! Geoiqe ft 


Tk 


5 


101 William Ave 


Elyria 


Seai.s, William D 


T« 


4 


Ceil. DcK 


Euclid 


Skiver, Earl W, 


Tec 


5 


22030 WeUpoil Ave 


Hamilton 


Creech Clifford 


Tec 


5 


2120 Pxettman Ako 


Hamilton 


Plum, Mark J. 


T<ft 


1 


OS Hud?0rt Ave 


IlilUboro 


Curimm. Walter E. 


Tec 


5 


331 W-?5t Wulmif 5iL 


Pro«|iccl 


Schorr* Arlhur If 


Tee 


5 


Can, Del. 


S Clio ries Ion 


Infah-, Paul L. 


Pvi 




K| 1 


Toledo 


Glbllti. Cteiewc D. 


Pvl 




827 Cliv St 


UrbaM 


Davis, John R. 


Tcr 


4 


324 W- Cuurl SI. 




OKLAHOMA 






Alv* 


Cox, Robert C> 


Tl.T 


:i 


70? mh St 


Kon^evelt 


Juhnftoa. Juiwtf L* 


Sgl 




K1 1 


Pauls Vallev 


Love, David M, 


Pic 




500 W Grant 


Paulfi Vcillcv 


Mann in cj, Elmer Ti 

OREGON 


Tec 


4 


£29 S * Locust 


Pficlhiail 


Schrov?der. Karl 


Tec 


i 


vni sE (iiiid 



CailnMidrtlc 



ShftWamcJ 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Gerrit>\ Maurice G. TW 3 M Oipeland Ave 



- 



RHODE ISLAND 
Tate. J*irm>& W, Pic 



35 MT?0(b.» T vbro"k 



TtNter 



JMMlMfO 
Memphis 
Mi Ian 



5. DAKOTA 
Hunt, Wilbur A* T« 5 Gen, Del. 



TENNBSSH 

Aldrldne, Thuiras C. K/Sfft 

ttetkham. Frank C Pvl 

Tlmtnli>n. Wilbur L, Toe 5 



GtiOi Del. 

W\ CnWlW St 

Gen. D<-1 



San Anqelo 

36 



TEXAS 
ShtitQII. Charles W, Jr Tec 5 201 S. Mddtaon 













UTAH 






Mill viU*' 


5milh, Arthur M. 


Tec 3 


CM. DaJ- 


Monroe 


Larson. Max VV 


Tec 5 


Gem. Dfek 


MtiitiiY 


Madsen. Cmil W. Jr. II 


Tec -t 


401 Vine St. 


Oqikn 


Stuail Orion L 


Tei .» 


■2825 Madison Ave 


Snlt Lake City 


Burniniiliam* CtoMBfWWrJfc 


Pfc 


3100 Highland Drive 


Sail Ukfl City 


Gioesbccfc. Waller S. Jr. 


iftSgt 


|419 Lojjan Ave 




WASIIINfiTOK 




Aberdeen 


Lome* John C 


Pfc 


'ioJ W, Marion 


(Cevnorl 


PrlesLlev, Dolonil 


Pvt 


Oil Del. 


S<,.tlle 


Draper. Emerson *0 


Fie 


mu U- 5. Court House 


Spittle 


duller. John D. 


Pvl 


UIG2 E. 57lh 


Scattla 


Kr-nischell. Robert J- 

■ 


pre 


408 Bellevue NE 




WDST VIRGINIA 




Bluehcld 


Thompson, U<il J- 


Pvl 


Rt 1 


Elkhorn 
FavHteville 


Kojiode. Cleo H- 
Braflfl. -James E. 


Tec 5 

rrc 


SCO Vtt Ave 7 


M-iTUrtshurcf 


Hawking Darlington R. 


Tec fl 


Maybeum 


NUComai, William M. 


Fvt 


Geiu DeL 


NtlTO 


HavrkiW. Oliver L 


Tec J 


2G01 - 28* St, 


I'avnesvillc 


Horn* Luther 


We 


Gen. Del 


Wheeling 


Mellor, Sidney M* Jr. 


Pvl 


2112 — LGlh St. 




WISCONSIN 




Cable 


DiifHJs. Raymond L 


Vlv 


Gen. Del, 


Milwaukee 


Vlduskj, Romon A* 


pre 


33*il M. CaMuml Pr 


.SU*vt*n^ Point 


PloeU Harold A. 


Tfci; 


I 342 MumosoU Ave 


Stevens Point 


Tafelski, n<u»i«I R. 


Toe * SKM Welsbv Ave 


Wwrt Affifi 


Burns. Pnincis C. 


&Sgt 


7014 W, National Ave* 




WYOMING 




Chevennu 


Motet Molvin W- 


Pvt 


3055 nev St, 


■ f ■* yonnft 


Uuhn. Robert J« 


Toe 


1 217 E. "Ih HL 


C'tiHvratu* 


SYh^opr. Eldrid^c L 


M'Sr 


fl 3416 Benl Av* 




ALABAMA 




< lU-rit 


Demon, Sr, William P 


Tec 


4 NoWJ 


\<t<l<-l 


Hopkins, Billy 


Pvt 


None 




ARIZONA 




Ajn 


Tucker, Robert J. 


Tec 


4 PO Box K78 


Phoenix 


i. Mi/iper, Israel 


IMc 


7f>0 B. Polk SL 








37 





CALIFORNIA 




AldllKMla 


Otl^rvancjfcr, Jack 


Pvl 


7^7 Tftylet sl 


Anolieint 


Barron, Guadalupe 


Sg: 


Rt No* I, Box 25 1 D. 


Butktov 


Maciol t Secaftne F. 


Pvl 


1GIG Stanii«iic Ave 


Co vela 


Pina, Louis* W. 


Pvl 


Box [74 


Decoia 


Rodriguez, PdBfi S. Jr. 


Tec 5 


IK* Iffl 


Fiensco 


AHyn, Claude IK 


S'Sqt 


293D Iowa Ave 


Giidtev 


AdflWlSi Lealon E 


Pvl 


flox 52H 


Huvwdrd 


Mi:lVrl.nul, Murphy 


Pvt 


2500JJ Washington Si. 


Los Antilles 


Meadowy Ray M 


S/Sflt 


UWb W 43*1 Place 


Orovilhr 


Jones, Wllllm 


r« i 


Gen. DA 


Rosevillt* 


Sachs, Pnwl J* Jr. 


Sql 


3U C. Street 


Sacramento 


Pope. Russell h\ 


TVS 


103 19th Street 


San Diegn 


Foster. Roborl R. 


Sfft 


24 :n Church SI. 


Sunlit Barbara 


Dcstjramlcharnp. James 


Pvt 


1SG1 Cltimi SL 


Tracy 


LcqgiU. Webster 


Tec ^ 


117 E. 7lh St 


Ukiah 


\onturi, Lloyd 


Pta 


2IB Clara Ave Box 151 


Ukiah 


Wise, Ernest t. 


Pfc 


Upper Lake Rt 




COLORADO 




Denver 


Lull, Elwin W. 


Cnl 


2X15 South York 



CONN 

New Haven Shea. Daniel S. Jr. Pvl 

Station! Springs Kaschnluk, Joacph J. 



UnitiDvillu 



Rosseth, James L, 



72 Daqn'Mt St. 
T'Si|L Rt No. I 
S*|t Raihcad Ave 



\V»W\yood 



Auqu&ta 
Carlton 
Riotlsvillc 
Savannah 



FLORIDA 

Wftrdi Thnmis P- Toe 4 None 

GEORGIA 

HufiG. Sam W. T« 5 1350 15tlt St. 

Starrer, James E. Sfll Rt *fa* 2 

Tooth*, Thumas 9. Pvt None 

Clark. Hubert R. Snl M03 E, ElOaW SL 



IDAHO 



Mack loot 
Blackfoot 

linrluv 
Hurley 

Elba 
Clonns, 



Furry 
3K 



Uuhert&oru LaMar 
Stewart, Ivan C. 

Aflame. Aahion M. 
Sclttod, Hrtuv 

Darrinqton, KiImI 

Pbe, Georrru Pt Jr. 



Wc 


Rt No. ^ 


Tut 5 


614 N. Univeislly St 


Tec 4 


I'X No. 2 


Pvl 


None 


Pic 


None 


T«:4 


Bo>. 105 




iiHISI'X — 

FRANCE 






m\HU (Cunllmnu) 



r-iurih Pork . 

PinnjtW 

1'oealetlo 

Kiipi'it 

Shollcy 

Woiser 



\li»U>n 
Casov 

' 'liuraqo 
' hitano 

Chltafio 

Chicago 

Chtcagd 
Chicago 
Ciikdgo 
Chl&ano 

Chicago 
itjikwici 
C)c«* 
(Minion 

UanvitJe 
l?elavan 
B, Allan 
I: SI. Lnuis 

II SI Louis 
Gulden Gate 
' iiand Tnwvr 
Gfllana 

Itarlfofd 

rciiidi 

Mn line 
f lolfafl 
MOlhM 



Pri-Mwlch. UVnrr & 

Pharis Thomas B, 
Sloven, William C 
Bolt, Raymond A. 
Carter, George D. 
Cook, Wayne 

Hickman. Elmer 

ILLINOIS 

Wuciil, Kay 
Lanhberv. 30Q» R- 
Hawaii, J'oul L. 
ciirh.i»ako$, Wtn Ci, 
Dahhltoiii, Ruborl S. 
Keller, Prsnk J. 
Kilai, Edward P< 
Kornfind, Gcnrqu J- 
McY*?«t Harrv J* 

Mun/o, D&Hlfel P. 

Kuhlaricli, Joseph E. 

Simpson, Clauilo e. 
Toff, Stanley 

UnQor. Irvin 

Will* Harold L. 

Wy.orck, John J. 

AnlamiUis, Stanley G- 

Burnet Cornelius 

Runyon, fltenn S. 
SalnUinOt Swiiio! 

Nattnen, Ceorox* W. 

Edwards, Gilbert 

Vao<|lm f John P< 

Woolard. \U\ov M 

Hudson, Btiftaife E* 

Wilis. Coy n, 

Wt i*|hi, Donald J. 

Lehman, Joe 

RiMtDj Nicholas S 

Beloni, Joseph H. 

Cook, LowHI L. 

Nirhulson, Ralph S 

Van OverschrlnV, Ainlro H, 



PfC 

Toe 5 

Pvt 
Pfc 

Tec 5 
Tw 5 

Pvl 



Pfc 

Tut* 

Pvl 

Pic 

Pvl 

Sqt 

5<|l 

Pvt 

Pfc 

Pvl 

Pvl 

Tec 

T«C 

Pic 

Pvt 

Pvl 

Sql 

Pvt 

T*r 

Pfc 

Stfl 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Kill 

Tec 

PfC 

Pvl 

Toe 

PVL 

Sflt 

Sol 

Pfc 



NVan 

6:tR W\ BriflttOI! SI, 

Itt No. 2 

Rt NO, 2 

Ri No, 2 



None 

N. Central Ave 

Noin* 

10521 Ewinq Avr 

*Q33 N. Kiwmth Avjf 

043 Beldcn St 

10305 \V\ RoRM St. 

174ft W- Roscoe St 

374'^ 5. EMzte Ave 

5021 S. EmmrtW St 

-1&53 Madison 

7208 5. Chicago Avo 

1433 V. Huron St. 

ill I fi- 88"6l Sl«M 

3440 W. Franklin Blvd. 

-1443 S. M*trshfield A™ 

(Big 5, 4<Hh SL 

2tf* Madison St, 

Ji, No, 2 

7M IVnysvill* Ave 

Rl No. 2 

c/o Western Carlrldq* Co. 

W* i a N. !5lh St. 

i tr> M, &tttfa sl 

None 

Now 

Hi) Si B*n*h st, 

SIfl D»*lmar Avr 
;«HI Wuh^nqinn Ave 
tStirl N. Mav St 
Hi No. 2 Box 330 
243 45ffl SL 
lt3D — llith Aflfl 

41 





ILLINOIS (Coal 


. nuvd| 




WutfpliYiWra 


McDowell, Arlhur ft- 


Tec 5 


245 S. Dili SI, 


Pernio 


Ffttotffi Julian J. 


Sell 


2H Spiinn SL 


Qiflncy 


Hei-lan, Uwience 


He 


)M * N. 201h St 


Springfield 


Smothers, Arch *■ 


Pic 


2l0i & Jaetaan 


W. Frank lort 


SGObbVi Joseph F. 


Tec S 


3Ql Eosl flth Stj. 


Wnmlltiwn 


Shifts. William 

IN DIANA 


Toe 5 


nojc IG 


Columbia 


Wall. Donall M- 


*m j 


GO I W. Madisun SL 


Fc. Wayne 


Mfrrrftnan; Max D. 


Toe 5 


2834 Ken Wood Ave 


Good land 


Honn, ChirtW R* 


PvL 


None 


Hammond 


Flock, Ralph A, 


Toe 5 


fri? Pltumner 


Indianapolis 


Howo. Guilford II- 


tw 5 


2349 N. Alabama SL 


IndiarumulK 


Stcwnrl, Hii mi m T. 


Pvl 


GfiO E. 15lh St Ap: C» 


la Faycili 


Campbell, Lawrtnct? M, 


Tec 4 


toft S. 27lh St, 


Muncie 


Upeharch, Clayton 


S/Sqt 


928 B. Beacon SL 


I'dm-rinirn 


RJsloy. Richard R 


Pvt 


310 N. fttli SL 


SpOftc*r 


FttllC Paul B. 

row A 


Tec 4 


None 


Bannn 


Holme*. Dm aid L 


Tec 4 


Mime 


Clinton 


<1a1laflhcr, Thomas 5. 


Sgt 


727 0th Ave S. 


Council BluNs 


Wdkins, Howard F. 


Tee 4 


530 Union SL 


FL Pi* Motae* 


i Caldwell* Joseph V. 


foe & 


301 Unit SL Buft 110 


Vinton 


Stephens, El»a O. 

KANSAS 


Toe 4 


Nmo 


Marysvlllc 


Punk, Hatold E 


S<|l 


210 ti* Ilth SL 


Salinu 


Pmilhi Raymond H, 


T/5<|1 


52-1 W, Pioncott 




KENTUCKY 




CaUcUthury 


J.irndL Thomas J. 


Pvl 


Mth SL 


Covinoion 


Kinq, Fh>vd 


Sqt 


2PI4 Winston Ave 


Luloma 


BrvanL Cordon T. 


T/5 


52 Primrose Drive 


LmiKville 


Clark, Shclhy R- 


Fvt 


Rl No, 3, BOX AM 


New Pofl 


O'PIaherty, VtflIH«fl 


Tec * 


Mono 


Now Foil 


Webh, Alvin E. 


Sqt 


031 H, 3d St 




LOUISIANA 




New OfImim 


Dolauev, Albert S. 

MAINS 


s n i 


927 Kentucky SL 


Augusta 


Khv, Earl E. 


Pic 


3 Cr?4bY SL Place 

















MARYLAND 


i 








Fiederirk 


Mills, KnsbN R. 


Cpl 


111 No, 4 






l-ltirierslnwji 


Carroll, Carl W. 


Sql 


100 MilcJiull Avr? 






Old Tmvu 


Robcrls'in, John F, 

MASS 


Prl 


None 






Revision 


Jeffnrv, John M. 


sqi 


Fi^aq 81 






t'amltntlii^ 


RvancfcUsln, ,ttwph 


Pfc 


igi sprinn si. 






* l»nh>n 


SpufkS. Nonnao C- 


Tec 4 


mb mm SL 






Dt*dhtim 


Wolsli, John J. 


Pfc 


117 MillOTi St. 






Sprinfilirtd 


fttpIldrOi Sain S- 


S«|i 


553 Union &}k 






Wutchoslor 


Turner, EvunMi 


S.|l 


'i? Camp SU 








MICHIGAN 








IX'tirbora 


Uomer, Vvtm* ft, 


Tec 4 


IB31 Ferncy Ave;: Tuxedo 
Hll 






(OilUlAC 


BentitnacTi Wliliam A. 


pfc 


510 Howard St. 






Dolioit 


Mlchahki, PfW* t» 


Pvl 


2420 E Ciiarnl Blvd 






Dnlrtit 


P^pineau* Fmnk J* 


Pvl 


ififli St Jpun 






mi mil 


Pistula, iasunh 


pre 


993CI Plain vinw 






HrHoit 


SrfVOgOr Clark Jr* 


Pfc 


2I7A Dm*©l 






Mroil 


Turner. Rulivrt W 


Pfc 


i5fl Ali|i>nr(ttin 






Grand Bapl<fc 


Unfior, Ruwrll O. 


Pvl 


411— 11th Si, 






Italrall 


Vurschaerra, Eli N. 


Pvl 


IJItS W. WfirtM fttfa Apt 
A, Jn 






1 1 nl 


Ross. Ki v ftMth D, 


I'll' 


350 Ridq*>wav Ave 






MCftonunM 


Tliuncy. Jnhn R- 


Pic 


Rl No, 1 






KpEovfllo 


Bush, Geoiq^ M- 


Cpl 


|727I'j Lowell SL 






i-*hUac 


J 1«jn-^1t>ii. James IS* 


Pfc 


44o It win SU 






HntjiMW 


Smith, Mlihm 


Tec 5 


28 H Schemm 






S 1 ". GttWdfctp 


Iris Ktohoney. Daniel 


PFC 


3(»0G Francis 








MINNESOTA 








CMilsholm 


Knli&rnnkfii William 


Tec 5 


5iiii e. LakcvftMy 






lllbbhv 


Gerow, Robert C, 


Pvl 


I2»9 1 fr - IHh Ave E 






i cloud 


Whilnny, Oonald E. 


T« 4 


1C<J*1 feMlftM Ktdqfi Avr 






st Paul 


Mvrrs, Myron 1 1. 


TOC 4 


2071 SfNlWttttr Ave 






i Maul 


Oswald, Norman E. 

MISSOURI 


S'Syt 

1 


402 Bay St 






KdtnttB Ciiy 


Mr.ilin. Rohorl A* 


Sai 


25-53 Cypress 






i -i.N,is City 


Spenrcr, Ravnunicl Jf. 


Pfc 


333B E. SOtb Si 






1 rmfttoM 


Mulf, Paul C. 


Tec 4 


J32I N. Carolina St. 






' .hiscrph 


S*nd*rs, Praidjn C. 


Pvl 


m\ South 9th st 






Louis 


B*3V: Arthur R. 


Tec f 


Mlft Ashland Avo 






tl Louis 


WliMmlfe, Rurn-H N. 


Sql 


43H Norfolk St. 

43 







Bcnchland 
Columbia Palls 
Conrad 
Homestead 

Ktilftfltitl 

Missoula 

Moccasin 

Riehey 

Sand Coulee 
Twin Urltlftfts 

Wiittr 



MONTANA 

Valonlitifc, John R, Jr. Pvt 

Johnston, Clifford W- PM 

Eticfcson. Horry L- ?v1 

Anderson, Morris E. Pic 

SajtbrUoti Harold Pf'- 

Ahrfander* Kavmoml I* Pvt 

Krumheucr, Robert Tec 

Wlnhofer. Paul A. Pfc 

Aline, Joseph J* WC 

Sevier. Robert S. Pvt 

Loroma, Robeii A. Pvt 



Nona 

Rt Nfc l 

Ri No. 2 

None 

173 3rd St, 

Box 724 

None 

ftt No. I c/o 

GOT. Del, 

None 

Nunc 



E. N. 



OUi* Walers 



Lincoln 
tforth Pl.iMe 
Omaha 



Clttt^inonl 



Hayonne 

Bound Brook 

Jersey Oly 

Jersey Cily 
Keanslniro; 

Ma* Hon 

South Amboy 

South Kiver 

Trenton 



Old Mesilla 



Albany 

Brooklyn 

Brooklyn 

Buffalo 

Cornina 

Lackawanna 

New York City 

Norwich 



NUURASKA 

Tivulall, Vcm D. Tec 

Johnson, Robert W. Tec 

Lla&imtn. Donald Bi Sc|t 



Robs, ftnbert L. 



I'fe 



NEW JERSEY 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



Mil€5 ( William G. Tec 

Gurnoy, Waller Pvi 

Shauglraem'. Matthew Pvi 

Porkers, Gemuo Tec 

Daly. thOHUft P. Tee 

Hausscr, Howard M. Sflt 

OklewskL Stanley Ufa 

Gftlk*, Genome B, Tec 



NEW MEXICO 



1JWS S, 27lh SL 

1017 Mi :<d SL 

IU03 Van Oimp Ave 

50 W«lnut SL 

1UG W«*l 63d 51* 
317 Mfllroso ^vo 
15 Lexington Avo 
2*15 8 SL 
103 center Ave 
50 S. Fellowship Rd 
415 Gordon SL 
25 George SL 
G3L Southard SL 



Tt'llos, Tony P 



Pvt Bo* nn 



NEW YORK 



Linda)**. Koland J, 
Iujzxo, Stephen 
McEntee, Palilck J- 
Ciay, RoboM J, 
BHftn, Dayton 
Fitarry, James A. 

YercesL Anlliouy W. 

Kelly, rrtmt-fe J. 



Pvi 237 No, Pearl SL 
Pvt 2WI MUler Ave 
Sot HI Green PqIUMB 

S/5qt 240 Abbott R«\ 

Toe -I HO S. UUi SL 

Tec 4 10/2 Abbot! RA 
Pvi MB E. 22nd SL 
S*n 5 Ariuhiidc SL 



Ave 






NEW YORK (Continued) 



Pali-hnnue 




Spoil heinter, Geoifle K IW5& 


t 19 bVCftwioif M, 

1 1 L 


POrl Jurvls 




Wiebrildt, Richard L. Pvl 


Gen. Del. 

■ 


Queens Vi 


Ilaae 


Pohn. Wilton D. Sat 


03— 1»— 218th 51* 


Richmond 
Rochester 




DeSanlis. Pftter C. Voc A 


244 Cfls Delon Ave 




Forfler, Laim-me C. T'jI 


17fi Aihordahi Ave 


Salamanca 


* 


Dnma, Anlhonv J- Sgl 
NORTH CAROLINA 


241 Control Ave 


Gruiil 




Cowan* Thomas E. Wt 


do T. It WcUierinqlon 


Simncor 




Palmer, Claude E. Sat 


504 W\ SL 



kuiu 



Akron 

Akron 

Akron 

Akron 

Arm-itiong Mil 

Cadiz 

Ca m bride?? 

( ait Hilton 

ChUhcolhe 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Cleveland 

Oilumbus 

Colo mb i ana 

E Cleveland 

Loaan 

Leeloma 

Minerva 

Sett* 
Tirn 

UhridwyiJlB 

i » liana 
Warren 
WVllsvilk 
Vnunqstovm 
Younusiown 
*n*a 



NORTH DAKOTA 
Karchnlck. Warren H 

OHIO 

ltaatoi, Horhcrl 

tftttib Bail ft 

Ruoster. Pi fid M« 

Swann, Wabb S. 

Is Brown, Ottis R- 

Gailbreath, Robert C 

Fulton, Lester P. 

Johnson* James 1L 

McGarvov* Ira f». 
Pjks. Amhonv % 

Shipley, John J. 
Skartutti Atuiww P. 
Fiivaell, Gcorgt W- 
N^kdham, Paul IX 
BotdJj, Thomas 
Funk. Charles H. 
Micchlonfl, William N. 
Anlhonv, Glenn 
UghtMr. Robert 
Dudley, John P. 
Fuller, Uarl D. 
Zfrkfe, Ertil L. 
Stevens, Raymond a. 
Soi-.ki:iors, Robert W- 
Claik, Williiin R 
Sthulkr, Grnaat F. 
dumpier, Li) ilk' 1L 



Pvl 




Bt NO, 1 


Pvl 




594 u. Mwtot Si 


Pvl 




ftfiP, Moon St 


Pvl 




50 N. Adams SL 


pit 




05t Rhotfe* Avfi 


pre 




None 


Sq\ 




ltt Nn. S 


Pfc 




Rl No, 2, 


Pic 




4th SL S. E. 


Pvl 




23 N. McArthur SI* 


Sflt 




1170 E T 71 St. 


Pvl 




19021 Nollinqlnm Rd. 


Sgi 




0910 Whitnev Ave 


Toe 


S 


112 Highland Ave 


Pfc 




Rl No. 2 


Tec 


4 


llftl VofispJ Ave 


Pfc 




Rl No, 3 


Tec 


5 


50 Elm St 


Tec 


4 


None 


Pvl 




l« No. 1 


Tec 


4 


Nnne 


Silt 




710 Gorey Sfc 


Pfc 




Rt NO. 4 


Tec 


\ 


Koac 


Pfc 




a|l5 r A Main SL 


Pfc 




47 Williamson Ave* 


Tec 


S 


907 Cameron Ave 


Pfc- 




707 W, 2ml SL 



45 



OKLAHOMA 



Elk City Scrivner, Charlie 

Hold Guthrlo. ViiglL J- 

Oklahoma Cilv R0W1 Otto Jr. 
Purccll Wftlkfrr. James W. 

Tulsa Dotaon* Charlie E. 

Tulsa Pcrler, Orris L. 



Pfc 401 W. 7th SL 
5g1 Box lilt 

Pfc 2732 NW 22nd 

Tec 4 112 W. Grosvealio 
PVl WJ E, Pine St. 

Tec 4 1747 W. 41*1 SL 



Carllon 
MeMinnville 
Santly 
Sheridan 



Bnclimiinn, Alvln 
Full. Earl O. 
Ltit$r>n, Gcnrms H. 
Ili'iilon, Onier A- 



OREGON 
A. 



Tec S Rt No, 1 Box 211 

Tec 5 Rt No, 1 

Tec 5 cA» Bob Larson 

Pic Rt No, I 



Carneqie 

Crafton 

Do mi r a 

E. Mauch Chunk 

Freedom 

Harrfcburfi 
Lewistown 
Mt Lrwittffli 

Mum 

N*w Casllo 

Philadelphia 

Philadelphia 

Philadelphia 

Pittsburgh 

Rochester 

Shamokln 

Tvrono 

W Ikinsbiini 

Williams Porl 



PENNY5LV*\MA 

SlaiKlarh^r. Fergus T. Pvl 

Thorn, Ralph E. Toe 4 

Thomson, Paul It Tec 5 

KctUetaCTi Gennffc J- Tec 5 

Morse, LeRoy H. Pvi 

Crass, William C* Tec 4 

Rratl.on, Samuel B, Tec 4 

McGragan, John J. Tec 4 

Johnson, George O. Tec S 

Walker. William H. Sot 

Gallim. Louis Tec 5 

SlttyUli Clement L- Sett 

Thomson, Wttltain H. Tec 4 

CiKinLmo, Prank E, ^*n* 

Word, John W. Tec 5 

Wart:, Rohm C. Toe 4 

Pteck, Albert P. Wc 
DupI<*o, Robert I*, Pvt 

Ali*xamk-r. Horn' N\ TW 4 



421 Justus Si, 
52 coulter SL 
557 \feKean Avo 
221 HWHapl Hitl 
G21 3rd Ave 
220(1 N. 6lh St, 
Rt No. 2 
215 Parker Drivi* 

Bex 142 

732 Bmnklvn Ave 
5911 EllswnrHi SL 

1S23 N. 54th St, 

3511 N. 2nd SL 

551 Fravne SL 

RL No, I. Center SU 

105 S. Franklin SL 

Nona 

1154 Soulh Ave 

Rt No. 3 



Greenville 



SOUTH CAROLINA 
Retil, Jnluinlo Tec 5 27« SL Park Ptocii 



Alamo 
Knwcvflte 

Spring villi 

40 



TCWUSSEE 
Fortfcr, Barney M- Pvl 

Sclby, R, E> T?c 

Clymer, William R. Pvt 



Con. Del* 
10'J Runvtaw 
Gen. Del. 



Ave 






nixAS 



Hiq Sprinri 

•■■per 
\ lentaon 

El I'rtSO 

' I PftW) 

PI Worth 

MiQhtuWer 
Sou Anionic 



Sulila, Aveianlo C< 
HfckniM, Clyde 
[hooks, Grady W. 
Fuinjay, Henry W t 
Hancock. Alli^il G, 
BUI* Alton C. 
Johnson. Thomas J- 
Buckner, Kenneth R, 
MuCLcHan, GifjNiti I 



Pvt 
Pvl 
Toe 4 
S'Sfll 
Tec «1 

Tee 4 
Pvt 
Tec 5 



Del, 



Gen. 

NOW 

UMi Crawford 

2311 Myrtle Avft 

2711 RMtanl Ave 

82i Powell St* (E) 

N<no 

Boh 21 

?\2 RWa 



Ha v ion 
Uliiml -mis 

Unden 



UTAH 



Cornia. Donald V. 
Guyman, D«sirt W. 
MoiiMm. Koinihl 



Sail Lake City Lothrup, Wad.? C, 



Tec 4 G*n. Drf. 

s<(l 2336& W. Court St 



Sol 



125 Common wi>ailh Ave 



VIRGINIA 
CrtKJfcclt Delp, Otlis V. SoJ 

tftiervilfe Wilton, Purin Cpl 

■ttKlford Robertson, RirfWft D. s*|l 

Rlqlmond Armstrong-, Wnodford C T'Siit 

Wnyaesboto William*, Kml P. s»i 



N'one 

Jftfffiison Apta. 

3004 Monnument Ave 

Rt No. I 



WASHINGTON 



Htfiu(*rHm 
- hchahr. 

ScaUle 

Spokane 

foppenfrh 



Majttm, OLinp E. 
Jenson. Robert D, 
Burke, ArUiur T. 
VukcJIch, John W- 
Mull, FimeM C, 
Whillord. Ernest S> 



Pvl 3164 Wriahl Ave 

T<*r 4 Rl No. 2. Sox 18? 

Tec 4 Rl No. 1, Box I I 

Tec S 3926 1st Ave NE. 

Tec A N. 470B U-e SL 

Pfc Gen* Del, 



WEST VIRGINIA 



Hhu.lie.ld 

* bi*iry Orovt 

* idikMlinrn 
Italftu 

l -i.tnklin 

#M 
I *tfidsbiiri| 

iTul«i*ri*orl 
tlt'MKhqii 
I*i*jUw 



Dickey, Chaf1<*s W. 
Mick. William H. 
Bryan. John P. 
Million, Georire M. 
I.uunh, Raymond K. 
I lou<*Dliold*i. ftobcil 
WiHahn*. James A- 
Temninl, Harry B. 
Blftfflft Cearfle W. 
Jenkins, Fenell P, 



Tec 
Pvt 
Pvl 
Pic 
Pvt 
We 

Pvt 
Spl 
Tet? 
'Itee 



3014 Fullon SL 

None 

None 

St No, I 

Box ra 

41 R St. 

None 

None 

lt*3 ClftiifMd 

None 



47 



Whnelinq 
Wh^ellmi 



Pnrtaqa 



Coke v Ilk; 



WF3T VIIKilNIA 

Heschl, RUSH*U M, 
Bomd. Victor C. 
Canty, Thorn ii* M. 



(Ctinllnucd| 

Pic Rl No. 3 
Tec 5 703 N. Front 
P(c 101 M'lk*r St 



SI, 



WISCONSIN 



Bctqer, LcRoy 



Pvl 



Abomlri 

fthmtnahoni 

Bn*wton 

Cordova 

Dancy 
FJecalur 

Uoja 

East Tallassoe 

FLon-'ficti 

Cioodvralcr 

Kansas 

Ntobllo 

Tiiomd^ville 



Charleston 

Inqalls 

Lamar 

Si loam Springs 



Bakct*tteld 

Boiklev 

Povler 

Lomi Beach 

Los A alleles 

Los Amirles 
Oakland 

Oakland 
Polo Alio 
Richmond 
Richmond 



WYOMING 

laylwid, l>ftiberl O. S?ji 
ALABAMA 

Johnson, Emory K, Pvl 

Laahart, Charles 6, Tec 

Carr, Olwyn B, CfA 

Johnson. Elzio L. D- Pvl 

Hinders, Alhcrl M. Pjc 

;:iark, Jamc-S T. Toe 

Phillips, Tdlntftdge T. Pvt 

Elkins, Mack E M 

Ltarrod, Jamas P. P*C 

ll.iv/klas, Jfttnes <3, Ptft 

Stutiblcfir-ld, Joe F. PW 

Kecmim, Herman F. Tec 

Burqe, Addta-m t, Jr. Pvl 



12-1 E* Franklin SU 



N<'H< 



Box 325, Rl 6 

710 Lovelace Si, 

Rl L 
None 

Rt :i, beat 1 

Rl 1 

Rl 1 

Rl 1 

Rl I 

Won* 

5OT l h ConH SL 
None 






ARKANSAS 

Capeiton, Ksnneth P Pvl Rl I 

Johnson. Bernard IstfSgt NMq 

Rrraell, Irvta O, Cpl 

Hudson, Georqc A. Pvt 

CALIFORNIA 

Mount*, Thomas W„ Pvl 

Hciirison. Dennis C, TOC 

BawanlK, Vi«|i1 M, W* 

Hoimksen, Pfc*ar H. Pic 

Dunn- Kenneth Y- Pvl 

Eburhnnl, John ft PVt 

Dully, Rodney L. Pvl 

Harrison, Charles E- Pfc" 

NicrwoiKior, Ji>y*» G, Pl<-' 

Coryell, Roberl R. Cp' 

Davii, Dimiiq D, WC 



Rl i 


do Dora Winl told 


Portcrliuld Hotel 


ion? 


Charming WAV 


333 Ooldon Ave 


Box 


IH1 


1300 


W, 35th PI. 


30S8 


W- 12lh St 


301 


Audilonoin Ciirlo 


659;i 


Valloy Viuw 


333 


Porlola Avo. 


J135 


CoaUocia Ave 


$441 


San Pablo !>*"* Re) 



48 






Kivurside 

Sacrainoithi 

Sim l : r<jncisc« 
Sim Francisco 

SM Mateo 
San Rafael 
Mmili Rfvti 

SuiHUon 
Walsomvrlte 

IVttver 
H OOIBM 

r.impa 



Ho 

Douqlasville 
Monhite 
Kontan p*irk 

\bmlcen 
Mim1|>rlior 
Rupert 
Sfielltf 

Wtefc&M 



Aurora 
Buckley 

Chicofio 

Edwaitfevllla 
EvaJteton 
»iiic«*Al Park 
Pith) 

mrinci Valley 

jlonefoil 

Wavfrrly 



f ALIfORMA rCcinlLJiucri) 

SatfdOVAt, TOUT F, S/Sflf 

TiUH.% Sluvu D. Pvl 

Lea, Robert W, Pvl 

Burner, Ralph L* Pvt 

Piazza, chatbuf J ( Pw 

Soaras. Mamml M„ Jr. Toe 5 

WiImhi, Cilwaril L Tec 5 

Ndcetf, Tonv I. Pf. 

Bunnell, Robert ft, Pic 

Holbiocik, R<ritf?cl E_ Tec 5 



Rl 2, Box IH7 

55 West Point Jtil 
930 Scon St 

am ifiiii Av»* 

Rux J32 

.119 E. Stadium Dfttfft 
-1*22 M. w. Strwl 
Ml Main SL 



COLORADO 

Strobe), Juv t. 

Lyon, SbtfmttH <i 
H<m:i I (on I |ii+(i L. 

FLORIDA 
Pemiell, Charles K 

GEORGIA 
Cmtnon* Gnnkm A. 
CaotlwvDt Edward T* 
Moncrief, CMhtid D. Sr, 
Pills JotiOph .1., Jr. 

rDAHO 

SteviWA KowaiJ 

Ttnisclier, Vern 
Moom* William 
Mclnnolly. Pomny R. 
Rush. Cliiillon i' 

Illinois 
Mi-uk. Walter 
Welsi'iilhiin. Raymond L. 
CloJd&loin, T*aac E. 
Mr Kirov. John 
Aldridqn. Frank W 
HOiba, Elinor M, 
Tail. EfflMl |i- 
Licht, Elmer Hi 
WttmilQr, Floyd E. 
Giordano, William J. 
Murlin, Oren C„ 
Davis, dantttefl E,, Jr. 



Tec 
Tec 
Pvl 



5W) 
Oteft. 



So Recti SI 
N. ShcrWood 



Si, 



Toe A 207i N. Albany Ave 



Pvl 


1950 Baker Rd N. 


Pvl 


None 


Pvt 


ii5.i loih st s. E. 


Pvl 


Gen. Del- 


Pvl 


Nnne 


SS.l! 


None 


Pfc 


924 1). SI. 


pre 


HI 'I 


T.r A 


Dili r.. Commercial 


Pf<- 


Bx S47 BFD Shcltoi 


Cfll 


NO Ws 


I'vl 


6fil2 N- Gtenwrood v 


Pvl 


933 N. Mozart SI 


Toe 5 


ID S. Rudirtiian St, 


cri 


HI '2 


Tec 5 


t-l?7 Greenleaf SL 


TOC ,5 


7MS Jackson Blvd 


Wo 


c'o Daley Whcttli'f 


Plc 


Rl 


Tm s 


Rl 1 


foe 5 


& W. Slale SL 



w. 



St, 



Rd 



Ave 



10 



a chiL'4(ift 

Nrwlmrnh 
WillUmisporL 



INDIANA 



Chaves, Pedro S, 
Lonn, Homer & 
Hansen, Joe 



pic 3518 Blo-V Ave 

toe 5 3ox 12 

Toe 5 510 N. Wwttm St. 

Tec 5 Rl°- 



IOWA 



Anthem 

Bryant 

Cedar Rapids 
Marsh nil town 
Red Oak 



Augusta 

Joliftt 

OakU>Y 



Concord 
Frank fail 
Frankfurt 
IlilUb-jru 

Lexington 

Louit-vlllu 

Midwav 

New Hope 

Snndv Hook 

Sulphur 

Versailles 



R. 



icrinan. Lee 
Voss, IfiRoV L. 

Bfoturard. fieorq« 
Galloway* Hmliert 

Parks, Roberl M. 

Bond, Lawrence W. 






(CANS AS 



Stanley* John W M Jr. 
Picco, Charles A- 
MclJonaUL, Fred EL 



S/Sfll 
Tec A 
Pfc 
Tpc 5 

Sflt 



Cpl 

Pvi 

I'vl 



KCNTUeKV 



Riflqs, Wayne (3* 
Mallon, Robert T. 
O'Nan, Fittfl 
Hullin, Joint's* T. 
Greene, OattttCe 
Tinslev* Raymond 
Wnqht. P««l C- 
WlUelt, Francis E, 
Huwawd, Leonard G. 
Shannon* Jtfcl C- 
Rohinsnn, John I L 






Pfc 

Tcr 
T*c 
Pic 

Te£ 

Tec 

Wt 

tec 

Pirl 

Pvl 



None 

Hi I 

853 2nd Ave 8. E. 

407 N. 2d St 
7U7 Nuekols SI. 

None 



333 BioadwnV 
1M Scott St 
Bo* 2fi4 



N»*nc 
pi 2 
R1 4. 
Ut I 

132 E, Forth SI 

:jfi03 Qieftffwood Ave 

Ri l 

Mono 

None 

None 



d* 



M. B O'Nan 



LOIN Si ANN A 



La Favetltf Stout©* Georqc W* 

Mclairta BccfcWi Morrill C Jr. 

(JelleibunPamlil 



MAINE 



Augusta 
Lewi ^ ion 
Weslhmok 

so 



Pnhnan, John E. 
Drvant, Donnld W. 
DefcFofrses, Joseph E, 



Tt?c 'I 
Tec 4 



S'Sqt 
Pvt 
Ok 



Gen; DBK 

IQtt GfftSDdgti 



mu 



£ lliooklnwn Ave 
r»'i Boston Ave 
21 OrackeU St. 



Riq Sprinfl* 



Hu**»anl T Ralph 



MARYLAND 

R. Tec 5 Kl 



MASS\CHUSSI=TS 



ah hflton 


Brosnahan John F. 


Pvl 


5 Ourncy St. 




Qui lie y 


fln*.liv>i'iL llrrhcrt J* 


Tec 5 


■15 Bcnninqtun SI. 




SoltlCI Villi.' 


Ducklaml, Arthur C: 


pre 


IS Acaflla Park 




Worewtef 


Seal/**, Stilvatur P. 


PV, 


i Oinrron St 






MICHIGAN 






Detroit 


Etomid r v, i 


Tot- S 


iih Dav^ipori 




CI ad& tone 


Ariitait-'n <U- t<|v G 


He 


521 N* 1 1 IK SI* 




Ml f-'h-itiiT* 


Cr4b!ift John W, 


Pvl 


91 Cass 




SI. ll|fli1CO 


Conloquc, William J* 


T.>c 5 


Noiw 




VWtmorC 


Parcels, Everett H. 


PJe 


NOAC 






MINNESOTA 






Evptath 


Jdt'ka. WftllftM B. 


pic 


W U tto* 3S 




! : iiitlj,iull 


Il1ii<kiiu|titttt t Utv<-ruc 1 1* 


Pfe 


14,15 41U St. tt W. 




MlftWaiwlft 


C«nprtt!i»r\ Gcorqi* R* 


I'lC 


3532 2d Ave Snnlh 






MISSOl/Hi 






fllHlllhvlHl* 


CtrrttWft, Claude R T 


Toe 5 


Rl J 




f'shv 


Head, KenneUi L 


Pvl 


Rt t 




Pmnktin 


-lacks.m Charles \Y. 


Pvl 


DDK ■*-* 




Kansas City 


Randolph. Atlflfl^W I 


I'vt 


120ft Armour 




Nl>1suo 


BJtlttittttS Kicluml O. 


Pvt 


Nono 




Prt|»h*r liitiif 


CoH'tii, Edgar A- 


pre 


Geo. Del. 






MONTANA 






Btlhmjs 


Gartftma K«»i»pri E. 


T.;c 5 


1)313 Miles Ave 




East Helena 


Tobol, Stanley C. 


Pte 


Wood 




Kail Muun 


Oirisinltejson Theodore IL 


Ter 8 


Nriii-> 




Hctona 


■■iMlvS . Alums H. 


Pic 


1 N. Main St (Capitol 


Bar 


KjliMiell 


Muhiiv (tebwi H 


Pic 


t>24 3d 5L W. 




K-ihMiHI 


Wrtlil Ur^ R. 


Pvl 


33G Main 






NEBRASKA 






1 uroln 


Halm. Bflymoiid c. 


Pit 


Mft W "E" SI 





sllVV MAMPMMUn 
1 Westmorland RiftOi Harold D« 



51 





NEW JUUSCT 




ftayonnt* 
Oaklvn 


Lances, Stophan P^ 


Pic 


4fl G. 26th S*i 


R&um, Mark T. 


T« 5 


914 Mairfe Avi? 


Purl Heading 


T4kW3, Michael 


Cr>L 


Sd 1 Slreei 




NEW YORK 




Bronx N. Y* 


VSrtenttte, MlAOttltt &♦ 


Psrt 


-1003 MttUtOWS Ave- 


ilrcmklyn 


< aitiu, Vinwnt J, 


Pfc 


3M Catnn Ave 


Duvi'i Plains 


Morse, Eorl S. 


pfc 


Noiii- 


Eltlmivdle 5 I. 


SUOflttMm Charles S. 


S/Sfll 


3a Bayaid St 


Ma richer IPC 


Lisai, Aniliunv J, 


Pic 


71 Merrick Ave 


■■ ■ v v v ^ ■ K v ^ m 

Now York Cilv 


Brimberq. Sldtmy L. 


stoat 


&& La Salle SL 


O not) 11 la 


< . -.milall, Walter PV 


pjfi 


III Madison Ave 


Poufll*aftorifl 


D'Antielo, LlKUlttWI J- 


Tec 4 


Duinlie&s Turnpike 


Tarrvlowti 


Godfrey, Albfrl L. 


Pvt 


4& Ctvlon Ave 


UUca 


Sculw, Prrtnk R. 


Pvt 


4<«0 Coventry Ave 




NEW MEXICO 




Albuquerque 
Hohbs 


Olfhrin, Jose $. 
CSiAtlftli Troy ft 


Pvl 
Tec 5 


215 W, Atlantic Ave 
117 N. McKuile-Y 


Old Albliqeuique. 


Romero. Pi -ink B. 


Pfc 


None 


San AnUinlo 


Chavez Antonio J. 


Tec 5 


fieri, Del. 




NORTH CAROLINA 




Elizabeth City 


CffCWj Charles G* - 


Tee 5 


icitr Flora St. 


Fayette villi* 


Ciowson, Thomas V,, Jr, 

onto 


pfc 


209 Bradford Ave 


Akron 


l-sker, Harold E- 


Pfc 


'ill E- Park Blvd 


Btwllnci Green 


SOonu Howaid S., .lr. 


He 


206 s. M»pte si. 


Pambrhlne 


Ro», Charles IX 


Pvl 


410 A. North 3d St 


Cleveland 


Fisler. Averil P. 


Pvl 


2933 E- 125th 5U 


Cleveland 


Kutschbafh, Raymond L. 


Pfc 


9510 Uird Ave 


Continental 


Muff. Ornis E 


Sflt 


None 


Dav"»n 


Citmliff, Boyd R. 


pre 


1333 H, 2d SL 


DflVloa 


StWiH, Richard C, 


Pvl 


RX Ml 


Forest 


Febler, Charles ■> 


Col 


Rt ;t 


h on ton 


Ma&cari. Frank Jr. 


Pvt 


JtC8 S. 7th St 


Jefferson 


Chapin, Archie B. 


Pvl 


ki a 


Lake wood 


Muujus, 1-hiold W. 


tw s 


2011 Lakeland Ave 


Morj'in 


NeMn, Harry 


Pvt 


*\5H Patterson §1- 


Muvnnrd 


Sonkup. Edwml J. 


Tec 5 Box 15n 


Sprinqfiuld 


Krlchboiini, Richard A- 


Pic 


50 W«t Souihern Ave 


Si. Cloinvilie 


Muliinidc, Steve C 


Tec E 


! f:a*d Main St. 






S2 





OHIO (Continued) 




a ;ii-uhe-mri1le 


Prfllf, Alfred C, 


Pfc 


Fernfirove Add, Rt 3 


Wfllnwflflltl 


Tftmliitrini, Carl 


pyl 


None 


West Lafayette 


Smith, Gvorq* A* 


Cpl 


None 


Wdlaid 


Polachvk. Joseph 


C P l 


M)9 Dole Ave 


ViHIIllj^liMVIl 


Wta-miiiti), Donald E. 


Pfc 


533 1 rlora Ave 




OKLAHOMA 




Bflfl mv 


Sduinfiftld, Omer A, 


Pvt 


Rl 2 c'o Burns Sloto' 


' 'tnunche 


Ht-mkrix, Arnold O. 


Pvt 


Goiv Del* 


Miami 


McNwuMofii Hfcrady u. 


Pvl 


in I 


ScOtttg 


Soaw, Robert N. 


Pfc 


Gait. Di*L c/o Stella f&now 


luKn 


Mink. Fred B. 


Tec 5 


4731 s, 30th W«l Av<; 


ImUi 


Mtlltit, Tommy L. 


Pvl 


HHO E, King 


WiiHs 


Jonlfiii, .tamo* W. t Jr. 


Sflt 


Gen. Del. 


vY.tvnoka 


\VhK«, Gaoiga o 


Pvl 


1 |(l >A Waynuka 




OREGON 






'MiUlimHy 


H«ubttr[tWi Cu-gena R. 


Toe 5 


Kane 


Wtatun 


Meier. Harry 


Pic 


None 




PENtfSVLVAMA 




Btetrfflftua 


HolbVi Thomas P. 


Srn 


234 N. Brady SL 


*Puiin?l!sviUe 


Feather?, Lhjyd F* 


Pvl 


ilMi Davidson Ave 


HiiirKbuig 


DlSylvester* Lurien 


Tec 4 


302 2i»l SI. 


1 lumevU-ad 


Snyder, William E. 


pre 


3*12 E, 7th Ave 


lohnslon 


Kulostofc, John 1, 


Pvt 


372 Daniel St. 


KJmi&ton 


Davwood, Simon G.» Jr» 


Pfc 


7*15 Wyoiflinrr Ave 


Larimer 


Schneider, Joseph W. 


Toe $ 


nt>% m 


1-hilnrhOpliiA 


Bushnfell. Charles A. 


Tec I 


4728 Princcl m Ave 


Philadelphia 


feador, Sarmtftl 


Vic 


512 E Wyoming Ave 


Pulls v UK- 


Mover, Charles F. 


S i 


liM Falrvtaw St. 


Sli imokln 


Snyder. Robert D. 


Pvl 


834 W. Spruce SL 


fowditda 


ft&njamin, LeRov 


Pfc 


Rl (i 


Mmlvvilk- 


Limn., George L. 


Pfc 


None 




RHODE ISLAND 




<l-tnsHl 


WiiiUh. Waller J, 


Tec 5 


5 GlaUtlom* M, 



<.!er 



SOUTH DAKOTA 
J*As£ii ( Raymond C. S/Sql Rl I 



53 



TUNNES3EE 



Arthur 

Allien* 

K*til»u 

Memphis 

Milan 

So, Pittsburgh 



Rovlan-I, Oris C. 
Mull, Pfayd 
Coilny, James E. 
Pender, Lnwrenco J, J* 
K.uuiiihinlniT, Columbus H* 
MKtampboll, I'M R« 



Tec 1 Rt 3 

ffte 5 iiB Wtidlson Avo 

Pvl Rt 3 

Pvt n» S. WMliwiion St- 

Pvt Rt 1 

pyl Nan<« 



TliX\S 



Bpnharn 
OhftW 

c:ol«ra<lo nty 
Lubbock 

S<in Anlanlo 

Vernon 

Waco 



LaCQWett, Grorflft R. 
Lovojov. Cloud 
Gullerr<r*, Pedro S. 
Peek, James M, 
Fowler, WIlSOT E. 
itaiie|». TeodotO 
Andrews, V.mil t- 
McCtiutiut, Dennis L, 



PJc Rt X 

Pvl Bttil 4 Hi 

plr Gen. Del, 

Tec 4 10 10 Ave C 

T'Sflt Otfti, twd, 

Pvt 317 N S(in Sma 

Pvl Gr-n Del. 

Pyl W -t. K*»s IfVl 



St. 



Ml Emmons 

portage 

■Ml Uke CHv 



UTAH 



IIiinsi*iK Evan K, 
Hollord, Victor C. 
Konlger. Ravin* >nri E> 



pvl None 

Pvi N ti- 

Pvl 1057 r)i>ui|lii«b St 



Qmntitcm 



vir<;?ma 



Ukuiar, Louis G. 



PJi: 



512 N. Allecilwnv 



WASHINGTON 



Clumacum MiIUt. Robert E, 

T-aaoma Pool©, Itofbart L. 

Tucmmi lhi<1eur*ind, Robert A, 

Tacomu Tionkle, Melvin .K 

Tekoa Reaiem, Waller W. 



pfc r'o Bishop Bios 

pfc S003 E, ShadlMti 

Tec 5 331J S. Wllk^snn 

Tec 5 5210 !& S. Tacoma Way 

Tec 5 Bos I5ti 



WUST VIRCU.MA 



Cairo 
t:larksburq 
Clnrksburg 
MorgnnlawD 

PI Pli'UMdll 

Sli)nn?ton 

SiwmvUlt! 

Winkling 



HdrlttOSJFi Curlis 6- 
Proncis, William J. 
Martin, David R. 
HonrVi Charles !>*, 
RfiQ, James C, 

Rik'v. chattea w> 

Lftqff* Leonaid H. 
MrDuoaUl, Johtt P- 



Jr. 



Pvl 

Pic 

Pvl 

Pvl 
Tec 5 

pre 

Pvt 
Pfc 



Nono 

16£> * Adatttft Ave 
J.I? Walnut SI i 
2(35 llfiecbursl Avo 
lOi *h 7lli St. 
Rl I 
Nune 
R| 2, Bo* 351 



54 



iioiiil View 
K\ tiosha 

Pherux t;tiv 

ttUvor riiy 
U*% '\ii«olct> 
bonn Beach' 
Oakland 
ftttfcUrtd 

W'ilimnqlon 
Tampa 



Chicann 

IVc itnr 

[Zvanstun 

E SL Louis 

Fanner City 

Ldp Villa 

Lislrt 

Ml Olive 

Peor'ii 

Peoria 

Wi-ilrioiil 
/inn 



WISCONSIN 

WfttQj Dunald E„ Sr. Tec 4 

wyomlnc 
McMillan* Chironce E. Pfc 

ONTARIO CANADA 
Smith* Stanley Pic 

ALABAMA 
(SoHtiWUt, Henry T. Pfc 

CAUFOftNlA 

Pilli, Carl C. Pvl 

RV*'w*fcy. Kiut Pvl 

Ytiqa, Michapl B. Jr. Tttc 5 

DesLovrel, Jack T 4 Pvt 

M.Win, Roy ( ,\ Trv 5 

Wolkcr, Ctauta R. Pfc 

Wiiifuilcr, Hurry C. Pvl 

OfcLEVVARE 

Cterfc Pwnch tt to Wc 

FLORIDA 

W illfiutif| t Nelson B. TM *l 



ILLINOIS 
Uaiuiau, Ralph W. 
Hnnsrtkt'i. KilV 
OstrowskL Waller E> 
Ru*so< Sieve 
Maxwell, Ardiur J, 

runan. Max L- 
i*. John C 
! v.- a Ulster, Rtrtnus & 
Prtyke. .kiscph J* 
lUdlins. Will ain M, 
Brother, Arthur G. 
NrinmmH'i, itemiw M, 
Brabirc. Charles A. 
K'Otflrr. Artliur 3. C 
THfhon. Rich-Hil I. 
SyM|I«-. Trumin B, 
MrGlroy, ttuhiTl R. 



0900 30lh Ave 
Wynnii v*q Grocery 

41 M*iil.>n Ettttti 

1317 IGlh SL 

lO&W — Fftirbjldtst Wav 
52S K *n FMlMlltftl R«L 
720— Lime Avp 
2227— Lindon St 
:vi74 Loma VI5ia Avt 
rwn - Wick* sl 
tpiS Union 

"Hfi E. lOMt SL 

521 E, Carac« SL 



Ter 


3 GM7 N. Wcilcutt Ave 


Toe 


S Lnl No. :ri 


Tec 


5 27(10 — Ccniidk Rd. 


Toe 


5 1144 N. Cluvplond Ave 


Pfc 


3426 5, Carpenter St. 


T*c 


4 At 4, nax 701 


Trtc 


4 2fl2Q E. Main 


*« 


5 UttO Ashmy Av<- 


S'Sfrt 1812 HI, Ave 


Tec 


A 5n3 W. Green SL 


Tm 


5 R: 2. Bo* ICfl 


Pfc 


Ceroid Avit R;< 2 m 


Tec 


5 R1 Ji, B<tt 16U 


tVl 


026 '.r^»»Liwn 


pr<- 


ftl)2 Mnrtin St, 


T»r 


5 St] S. W^nvick 


Pvl 


H->1|k*1 dm, 



o;> 





INDIANA 






FL Wayne 
1 iid iami polis 
Indianapolis 


Rnnor. Ivan L 
Hachcr, Loy 
Sliiiip, Miles L 
Hollo wa v. Donald W- 


Tec A 
S'Sgt 
Pfc 
Tec 5 


I00O Fletcher Ave 
312 E. Washimjlon 
1721 N. HI, Sfc 
4 IB E, Ullh SL 




KANSAS 






Kqiims c:ity 
Newton 


LmuhW, George W. 
Slamm. Chiller A. 


Tec A 
Tec 5 


iwiS itcvniliU Ave 
715 Oak 




KENTUCKY 




Paducah 

ShivulY 

v/. Sonusrscl 


Tcucll, Joseph F. 
Smith, Iterman J. 
Tucker, Chalks M. 


Tec -1 
Pfc 
Tit 5 


Kt G 
Hi 1 
G<ML DOll 



5L 



Torres 



LOUISIANA 
FeOuLcIa, UwrettCT N. T/Sfll Gfcft. Del. 



n. BBtertoi 

Lowell 



Massachusetts 

Bakor, Cnrffl M, S'Snl 2 Bi«ntfiom Rd 

Mood, Arthur R. Tec 5 903 Gorniim St. 



Detroit 

Dtftroll 

Detroit 

PUni 

ll»imliamck 

1 hi m tram ck 

Marquo.tto 

Marquollc 



Rulh 



MICHIGAN 

Laird, JaniGS D» JCC 

McUliu, LeRoy A. Pvl 

WUtaker, claience J- Tec 

Sniitar, Ward A. Teo 

Kuaup, Ed won! S. Tic 

MikidaittLvk, John L. Pvl 

Gcnon\ WiUiain II. Pvt 

Murfc, Kdward X Pvt 



5 1l«f> Clark SL 

S7"33 HoUftrl Atfrt 
5 77S1 Porrer 
•I 270*1 Itejjole SL 

3!»70 BvjWne St. 

2U7« Commor 

342 Washington FL 

5lfi ROCk SL 



MISSISSIPPI 

Runiiwav. Waller J. Tec 4 K1 I 





MISSOURI 


Jeoniniis 
Ovoiland 
SL Louis 


Harbour, Lcoiiaid R- Pvt 
O'Meara, Edward tl Pfc 
Kmii-w. AlUia E. Tec 




MONTANA 


Armimflnn 


PaSOtlSi Cftorrre A, Ttec 



B32fl College Ave 

9215 Kidodowbmok Ave 

4917 Maiflaietla Ave 



T«'c S G<*n T l>eL 



56 



N. Plaltfe 
Qm.dui 



Duver 

Jpraay GHv 
* 'niua 



NEBRASKA 
Parker, Plovd M. pvt 

Thorsou, Lra J, Isl/Scjt 

WW JERSEY 



I6ift W. Gth St 
1710 S )9th SL 



Nickle, MMincJ IL, 
Hud.ik, Michael Jfc 
PyleL William A. 
Klein, Leonard A, 



Jr. T«S •! 134 Thompson Ave 

Tec 4 159 Race St. 
Sftfll :i23 Railroad Ave 
Tec A 1037 ML Vwnon Rd. 



<\irri*dCozo 

Granls 
Monnum<m 



Dionklyii 
Kiunx 
ttninx 
tluiTdlo 
n<mrjan Hil 
f£ Y. < My 

Rochester 
Sen titi 



S|iencer 



Hoc baiter 



Alienee 

Akron 
t an ton 

Canton 
Onion 
i %*nivpn 
navd&uitl 

* li'vcrland 
1 f <- vela cm 1 

* levelling 
« 'leytttaml 



NEW 


MEXICO 






StbinrLI, ftulwt C. 


Cpl 




Box 152 


ChUtlei^ Earl J. 


Tec 


5 


BOX 701 


Maldmado. DeKino 


I'vl 




Con. Dei. 


NEW 


YORK 






TftlMftky, Kulniiiit 


Pyl 




19<J Flnyd St. 


Viilnnli, DofttlfUCK A, 


Tec 


s 


255 Yates Ave 


Saliva* Miku 


PJfl 




530 Rpjnk Ave 


Rac*ka r Eugene F. 


Tcr 


A 


52 Rother Avo 


Nauiiiiinn, Carl P. 


Tec! 


5 


77 $eavU*\v Ave 


Hftjlrani, Albeii 


■VI 




255 W. fkS(h SL 


StfrmHt Charles c, 


tec. 


5 


381 Frost Ave 


Warder, Chiirl&5 E* 


PR- 




219 Flint SL 


Smith, LuUnri J. 


Tec 


5 


l<l Hiivden SL 



N*. CAROLINA 

Whitman* Womirow W, T/Sfll 

NOW HAMPSHIRE 
Dusuki. Charles W« pj c 



3(lu Carolina Ave 



OKJO 



Zinook, Jfthn J, 

Van Horn, Czra Ji: 
lurriaii, WjlLam £ 

MOledor, DiUy O, 

Cllwn, Ralph B. 

WMinaer. Limes W. 

Iluyd. 6«?rt R. Jr. 

Corea, Pi<ink T. 

Fisher, Harry W, 

KOOTlO, Allien Jr. 

Ttuciuskt, Ceoigo J. 



Rt 2 



Pvl 


4(17 S. Park 


Pvl 


64 Aqui'ililcl SI 


Pvl 


533 Gth SI. 


Tec 


5 927 SlKHlyside Avt. 


Toe 


5 157 W. 5Ih Si. 


Tec 


S 217 Smith Ave 


Tec 


5 2100 Broadway Kil. 


tec 


5 251ft E. 311111 St. 


Tec 


5 2095 Woodftill Rd. 


Pic 


4131 E. 1Ulh SL 


Pfc 


7GJ0 Otlmva Hd. 



57 








OHIO ICunUnuedl 




Cleveland 


Sehliek. Waller P. 


Pic 


33*1? W. 91sl Si 


Cleveland 


Krdwchuk. John Sr 


Pvi 


1101 Rowley Ave 


Cleveland 


KtW&t James D. 


Pvl 


♦ior«o a 54th st 


Cleveland 


Mayer* Arulrow V 


Pvl 


1105 Dole 


CloveUiml 


Zincfale. Joseph A. 


Pvl 


18IH W- 50lh SL 


Cleveland 


Williams. AHred R. 


Pvl 


2700 SL Cluir Ave 


rnlumbus 
Columbus 


MudtU*. Wayno % 


Tec 


i 350 E. 5th St 


Tromell, Ken 


Tec 


4 352 Cleveland Ave 


OncinaUi 


Emsfii William I 7 . 


Tec 


5 3131 Gilbert Ave 


Davlou 


Rartels. Harold N. 


Tec 


5 «HK2 W. 3rd SL 


Day I on 


Smhh* Georflc B. 


Tec 


5 Ii71 Daylona Parkway 


Davlon 


Cupp*. Aloha 


Pvl 


HI 2 


IXivlon 


Smith, Boyd W\ 


Pvl 


59 N- Hallicld SL 


Da v ton 


Smith, Millard T> 


Pvl 


♦|!j] Cleudoan Ave 


Ltavlon 


Thompson, Carl L 


Pvl 


WIS ftftson Ave 


Kinij.sville 


Smith, Russell W. 


Pvl 


ftt 1 


Lancaster 


Johnston, Carl C, 


Tec 


5 142 N, EtaiiMl St. 


Lake w pud 


L i pt *n ■ Th o m a $ J . 


Tec 


5 2027 R-jljiri Ave 


N. Olmsied 


Bur^hardL Robert C- 


Tec 


4 4554 Columbia Rd, 


SpiinfifjoUI 


Cobb* Everett A. 


Tec 


5 5'M Rice SL 


Sprimrrteld 


Cxejiorv'i James E. 


TM 


5 Rl S 


spfitmneid 


Toadvine, Charles E. 


Tec 


5 Rl 1 


St. Cldiisvilltf 


Kyi*. CW)d C- 


Tec 


5 139 W- Main SL 


Sonera 


Wiaecarver, Warren C 


Tec 


S Rl I 


Sirulhor* 


Corinnr, Rnberl J, 


Pvl 


4IG- ICUi SI 


S. W. Canton 


1 larp^r, Kennelh P 


Tec 


S IM7 Garfield Ave 


Stiibonvillc 


Sedoll, PI^Up V. 


Toe 


•1 20U Mar*h Alley 


Toledo 


McCtiTdy, Harold W, 


Tee 


4 1I3S Prospect Ave 


Urbnna 


seller, Robert C 


Tec 


5 201 Scioto SL 


Waverly 


Cnpps, Alpha 


Pvl 


Rl 2 


VounQSlowil 


Snyder, RitNioll H. 


Pie 


DM Gritnth SL 




OKLAHOMA 




Watomid 


l^auchamp, Allied L, 


S/Stfl 32! WeM B, 


chickasha 


WillfOmSi Billv J. 


Pfc 


1701 S. o* 


Norman 


Wil$*ni, Harvey It, 


Tec 


4 Hex S42 


Ofcla. City 


Bowfltfi Jehn J- 


Tec 


4 2415 S. Rosedale 




OREGON 




Ihllsboru 


FUhback, Mrrt E. 


Tec 


4 Rl L Box 40 

» * 


Nvwlicrq 

SB 


Gaston, Jimmy ft 


Tec 


5 Bttftfr tsl SL 



Mlcnlown 
AHoona 
Philadelphia 

Swc<ta$burfr 



('lidttantioga 
Kno&vlllc 



Hcaumam 
Hell mead 



r um 

Miirtinsbotf] 

Moyars 

I'nnccton 

WtwteliiW 



PENNSYLVANIA 
Makoviky, Paul M. 5 ; S<jl 

Mllkr, EdtfB E. Tec S 

DurJiiu, John P. Tec 4 



PrfiusMT, Marry J, 
Flack, Jolin C; 



PVl 

Pic 



522 Allon St, 

SB13 1st Ave 

417 E. Sharjinack SL 

5102 Dearborn St. 

■J5l Jefferson St T 



TENNESSEE 
Whfttenbutci, Lewis I>, Tec 

Br-jwn. Paul W. Sr. Ttx: 



5 2609 Lmrkwoud Ave? 
-I I&fi Cfilf Si, 



TEXAS 
Hfitrtngtpn, ira C. Jft 

Biwh« William L 



Pvl Rt 3. Bok -170 
Tftc 4 Ho* 85-A 



WEST VIRGINIA 



LowLher, Worthy L. 


Pfr 


Gen- Del, 


RodQdtt, Delbea V- 


Te<: 


4 Uuccn SU 


1 lm>v»;r ( Ernest M. 


Pic 


Gen. DeL 


Merlin, Carnal [fc 


He 


Rl 2, Box IW 


Philips. Edward U. 


Tec 


4 SOD ft Penn St, 


WISCONSIN' 





Milwaukee Krani:, Carl A. 
Milwaukee Nettefct, Clanmco li- 
ft- Pond Du Lac Bojjulske, Eugene B, 
Waukesha Laabs, Ervin J. 



Ter 4 2430 N. 22nd St, 
Tec 4 27211 S. California Ave 
Tec 5 102 Polk St. 
T*c 5 Rt 4. Bok 787 



STATISTICS 

TKAINMOVKMF.NTS - FRANCE, II SEPT LMft l» 12 MARCH 1945 
EAST 



WEST 



No. Tmi 


LiMMIE 


Ml .vi- 


s-'l Tulll 


Trains 


Load* , 


Mtv* 


Ni-i Ton* 


SgntemlMtf : «wl 

* 


10,80-1 


lli 


IT. 1.256 


343 


"in ' 


11.01,11 


1.311 


OrlolnT 651 


24,725 


2.J68 


311,0152 


ir.it 


1,020 1 


23,900 


12,311 


November 692 


30.010 , 


1.0211 


343,107 


022 | 


1,25! 


19.061 


15.007 


DcrrililiiT 1'>l 


22,. ".(IB 


1>."10 


277,216 


504 


701 1 


17,698 


9.126 


.Iniiuiin ii20 


10.800 


1.1183 


248,8811 


-.„, 


I0J1I7 ! 


11,626 


UMH 


February 696 


21,511 


i,m 


364,108 


0)2 


,13.«7K 


1 I.I 17 


1 162,390 


Hareli-12Ui393 


15,521 


1,821 


201,773 


500 


0,955 ' 


11,778 

li:i.«6ii 


'C.370 


total 3*51 


144,978 


11.133 


1.797,402 


1.321 


lill.Oll 


111,219 


oi't^RATHiNS 
















IN I''ll\NCE 

















TWAIN MOVEMENTS - CKHMA-NV 2» MARCH 1915 to 15 July 1915 
EAST *KPT 



No. Tnrtnl 


L»t«l- 1 Mly Ni-t Ton* 


T ffi 8 "**» 


Mty* | Stations 


M»n-h-2i»l'l86 
April 754 
May 633 
June 717 

.luly.l-'.ll. IPJ 


12.586 
23.832 
18.883 
19-754 
13.826 


886 1 
8,112 

2.357 1 

9.221 

-1.1551 


176.201 
333/01! 
261.362 
276.336 
103,561 


1 1 3 | 2,2; 
537 I 5,8 
638 17.1 
1 3131 37.3 
1.13,19.5 


36 

23 

n 

D5 
28 


8,857 
6.562 
1 2,320 
7.773 
6,712 


31,200 

96,404 
243.022 

523.390 

273.07" 


TOTAL 3.H39 
OI'KHATIOK-i 

IN CI-HM.VNY 


88,881 


24,765 1 1 


.244.33! 


3,229 83.1 


42,230 1.167.992 


TOTAL 




Ni.-Tri 


ilh.- IJMdH 


,\lt 

92. 


yt Nul TOSH 


OPERATIONS 

ETIl 


HAW 351.391 1 


289 4.623.977 




CAB, SHOP 


and mii rfDHOi sr. 




GAPTURHDEP 


amy frkhjht* 

!A.RS STKNULED 


No. PARS 
REPAIRED 


;s 


in Euaiiu*" >i'rvlred 
i.r.-l !;,•]. ii'fl 


PAfitSBNG&n ( 


1 


''rutin*. iU'ruvinv 


' 


1,852 


1.551! 


I 


5,540 5,355 



SONG OF THE AKiMY 
TRANS LIMITATION COUPS 

KEEP IT MOVIN', KEEP fT MOVIN', THAT'S A JOB 

TUG .STUFF HAS GOTTA GET TO 'BUCKS", TO THE 'BOOTS', 
THAT WE KNOW — 

GOTTA FEED 'EM, HOW WE NEED "EM, HILL AND JOE, 

GIVE 'EM PLENTY OF HEEF AND BULLETS. 

THEY'LL BE MOPP1N' UP TOE FOB, 

WE LOAD THE SHIPS — 
WE LOAD THE TRAINS — 

SO THAT THE OTHER LADS CAM LOAD THE GUNS 

AND PLANES. 
WHEN YOU HEAR A MIGHTY ROAR, 
IT'S THE TRANSPORTATION CORPS, 

WE'VE GOTTA DELIVER THE GOODS AND NOT A SINGLE 
MAN COMPLAINS. 

ALONG THE ROAD — 

ALONG THE TRACK — 

THE BRINY DEEP, WE GET *EM THERE, WE BRING 'EM BACK. 

DAY AND NIGHT WERE ON DUTY ON THE SEA AND SHORE; 

ALWAYS BEADY TO JOIN THE FIGHT TO SAVE THE NATION- 

THE ARMY TRANSPORTATION CORPS! 



W 






Now on 26 August comes General Orilrcr N&. 44 
I Kim General Headquarters Military Railway 
Service assigning "* *w U** First Military Railway 
Service And so ■ on to MarsHUf* and Huiw 4 ? 











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