United States Army Infantry Division, 32nd Engineer Regiment, 107th records, 1917-1960

United States. Army. Infantry Division, 32nd. Engineer Regiment, 107th

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  • Format Mixed Materials
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  • Physical Details
    • 1.2 cubic feet (2 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
    • 1.2 cubic feet of photographs (3 archives boxes)
    • 0.6 cubic feet of negatives (3 negative boxes), and
    • 0.1 cubic feet of ephemera (1 oversize folder)
  • OCLC ocn145818077
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  • Records, primarily from 1917-1919, for a regiment composed of Michigan and Wisconsin troops, including regimental and company histories from training at Camp MacArthur, Texas, through the 1918 Alsace, Marne, Oise-Aisne, and Meuse-Argonne campaigns in France, through occupying Germany; field messages, memoranda, general orders, reconnaissance and intelligence reports, daily operations reports, and blueprints of structures constructed; and miscellaneous material relating to Charles Scudder's manuscript history of the regiment, the Association of the 107th Engineers, and addresses of some unit members through 1960.


  • Presented by Joseph Hrdlick and James G. Dickinson, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1973.
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