Photograph with attached caption that reads: Second Lt. R. C. Jones, United States National Guard, assistant divisional adjutant, divisional postal officer. Headquarters Thirtieth Division. July 30, 1918.
Photograph with attached caption: Group of staff officers of the general staff and second Army corps at headquarters, Thirtieth Division. First row (left to right): Capt. Augustine S. Janeway, assistant to G-2; Col. Hanson B. Black, chief Signal...
Photograph with the attached caption: Capt. Fleetwood Cruver, United States Reserves, Medical Corps, brigade sanitary inspector for the Fifty-ninth Brigade, Thirtieth Division, Regiment Infantry. Couthove-Chateau, Belgium, August 19, 1918.
Thomas Newton Bryson recuperating in France from a wound received September 29, 1918 at Saint-Quentin, France. Thomas Bryson was from Macon County, N.C., and served in the 30th Division during World War I.
Ethel Leona Evans and Pvt. Thomas Newton Bryson, both of Macon County, N.C., ca. 1917. Note on the back of the photograph states that they were married after World War I. Thomas Bryson served in the 30th Division during World War I.
Pvt. Thomas Newton Bryson (standing on left) with unknown fellow soldiers, Camp Jackson, S.C., 1917. Camp Jackson was also known as Fort Jackson. Thomas Bryson was from Macon County, N.C., and served in the 30th Division during World War I.