The aim of this little book is to give in a clear, concise and condensed form the facts about K Company from the time it was organized to the time it was demobilized--Foreword. The K Company was organized in September 1917 and drew recruits from...
Photograph of the graves of Maj. L. C. Ward and First Lieut. H. M. Smith, buried by Chaplains F. C. Vickes [T. G. Vickers] and J. T. Jennes [Jenner] of 324th Regiment Infantry, 81st Division. Taken in Haudiomont, Meuse, France, November 14, 1918.
Photograph with the attached caption: Soldiers of 324th Regiment Infantry. Headquarters Company, 81st Division, trying their skill at building a human pyramid. Knotty Ash, Liverpool, England. August 13, 1918.
Photograph with the attached caption: Group of American officers. Left to right: Maj. Gen. J.C. Bailey, commanding 81st Division; Lieut. Col. C. M. Dowell, Headquarters sixth Army Corps; Brig Gen. C.H. Barth, commanding Seventh Division; and Col....
Photograph with the attached caption: Soldiers of Company A, 306th Field Signal Battalion, 81st Division, signaling to aeroplanes, [sic] showing radio set in operation. Maneuver, France. September 7, 1918
Photograph with the attached caption: Men of the 81st Division who were left in hospitals when the division sailed for France. These men were three months getting to their final destination. Ramburvillars, Meuse, France. October 27, 1918
Photograph with the attached caption: Fourteen-year-old French boy adopted by men of the Division Surgeon’s office, 81st Division. He is proud of his rank of sergeant, but would like to be a captain. October 24, 1918
Photograph with the attached caption: Men of the 322nd Ambulance Company, 81st Division, lined up at a Red Cross bath. Water has to be carried several blocks and coal is scarce. Rambillars, Vosges, France. October 23, 1918