U.S. Sailors (including one Marine) pictured in front of the Pontiac Building in St. Louis, Missouri, 6 Aug 1919 just after being discharged from the Navy. Photo contributed by Scott Moore. Enlargement of 276K.
Greeting Card to Returning WWI Veterans-courtesy of Thomas Kempland
Photos and information contributed by their descendants.
NOTE: Because of my involvement as webmaster of the Missouri Civil War Museum, I am no longer taken new submissions of photographs. It is on indefinite hold. Hopefully resumed in a few years.
(*-Those with a known St. Louis connection)
Frank Wesley Andrews (Co. M 138th Infantry, 35th Division)*
Francis Arthur Barclay (Co. M, 137th Infantry, 35th Division)
Oliver H. Blase (Co. B, 354th Infantry, 89th Division)*
Ralph Waldo Brasher Sr (unit designation undetermined)*
Eugene G. Bryan (Co. C, 314th Engineers, 89th Division)
Eugene Patrick Buckley (Squadron A, Scott Airfield)*
Lloyd C. Cairns (93rd Aero Squadron)*
George A. Clary (unit designation unknown)
John Britton Coleman (unit designation unknown)
William Allison and McCabe Cooley (140th Infantry, 35th Division)
Joseph T. Crinnion (Canadian Expeditionary Forces)*
Melvin Clay Daugherty (349th Infantry, 88th Division)
William Delaney (354th Infantry, 89th Division)*
George Dyer, Sr. (Motor Truck Co., 12th Engineers)*
Benjamin B. and Thomas Faulconer (Ben: 110 Engineers, 35th Division/Thomas: U.S. Navy)
John Frakes (From Cavalry to Aeronautical Service)*
John and Joseph Graf (164th Depot Brigade/59th Coast Artillery)*
Allen C. Huber (Co. K 138th Infantry, 35th Division) (w/ "Diary of A Doughboy")*
John Huskey (Co. K 138th Infantry, 35th Division) (combined with Allen C. Huber page)*
Henry James McQuillen (unit designation undetermined)*
Sarsfield A. Naughton (HQ Troops Cavalry, 2nd Division)*
James Lee O'Neal (7th Infantry)*
Walter Edward Pearson (Co. E 140th Infantry, 35th Division)
Carl G. Rehm (128th Field Artillery, 35th Division)*
Henry Guy Sterling (Machine Gun Battalion, 35th Division)
Oliver and Archibald "Archie" Vie, (26th Infantry, 1st Division/18th Field Artillery,-3rd Division) *
James Oliver Williams, ( 37th Engineers)*
Walter Raymond Wood (Battery F, 339th Field Artillery)
Robert Allen Zoll (U.S. Navy)*
Bronze sculpture of World War I doughboy, by Fred Hoppe on display at the Veterans Memorial Museum in Branson, Mo. This museum has a large collection of World War I and II relics.
Note: Background image, courtesy of John Delaney in memory of his grandfather, William Delaney (354th Infantry, 89th Division).
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