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Name 34th Division

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A. FLAG: Folded national flag from the funeral of Ross L. Proudfit HISTORY: On the body of Pvt. First Class Ross L. Proudfit who was in the 168th Infantry, Company A 34th Division. He was killed in action January 31, 1943 in North Africa near Algiers

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A. FLAG: 1st Iowa Field Hospital, swallowtail cut flag. Cloth (silk, cotton), Leather; 1 layer. Banner size. Machine sewn. .125-.188"W rolled seams. HISTORY: The unit served in Texas in 1916 along the Mexican border, was mustered out of service in February 1917 and recalled into service in August 1917. It served in Texas at Camp Cody until early November when the men traveled to France to assist with the war in Europe (WORLD WAR I). After the armistice, the base hospitals where the men were stationed gradually closed and the regiment was sent home, the sporatice closings meant that the arrival dates for individualr ranged from January to June of 1919. (See file for additional hist

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A. FLAG: 109th US Engineers HISTORY: The 109th US Engineers was drafted into Federal Service August 5, 1917, and was consolidated October 2, 1917, with Batteries A and B of teh Oregon Field Artillery, to form the 147th Field Artillery and assigned to the 41st Division. Demobilized May 23 1919 at Camp Dodge, Iowa. SOURCES: "Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment 109th Support Group," Lineage and Honors Information. 2012. Robert J. Dalessandro. www.history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/braces/spt/0109sptge.htm. "109th Engineer Group (Headquarters and Headquarters Company)," Military.Com Unit Pages. www.military.com/HomePage/UnitPageFullText.013476,712805,00.html Staff and a

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A. FLAG: 109th US Engineers HISTORY: The 109th Us Engineers was drafted into Federal Service on August 5, 1917, and was consolidated October 2, 1917, with Batteries A and B of the Oregon Field Artillery to form the 147th Field Artillery and was thusly assigned to the 41st Division. The regiment was demobilized May 23, 1919, at Camp Dodge, Iowa. SOURCES: "Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment 109th Support Group," Lineage and Honors Information. 2012. Robert J. Dalessandro. www.history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/braces/spt/0109setge.htm Staff and accessory information is located in the Notes section.