|Title||A brief history of Battery "D", 111th Field Artillery: with complete roster|
|Summary||History of Battery "D," from its formation 1915; mobilization during the "Mexican Expedition" and stationing at Camp Wilson, Texas; guard duty in Hampton and Newport News in early 1917; deployment in France and subsequent influenza/flu epidemic resulting in the death of Private W.J. Thomas, and final demobilization in 1919. Includes roster of personnel. Name "T.S. Curtis" written on front cover.|
|Author||Sayre, C.R. and Roberts, F. H. (the Battery historians)|
|Physical Description||22.5 x 15 cm.; 28 p.|
Curtis, Thomas S.
Structure--Battery "D" Virginia Field Artillery Cavalry Drill Bldg.
World War I/Mexican Expedition
Co./Btty D (Peninsula Guards, 4th Va. / 29th Div., 111th FA)
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