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22. Company “B” brigade. Bethincourt, 9-26-1918.  Bridge over the Forges River.
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23. Ruins. Held by the Germans for years. And the first town captured by the yanks in the Argon
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24. Transport Congestion Hill 304. Second day of the ground offensive. Bethincourt, 9-27-1918. Spencer.
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25. Transport Road. It is estimated that a good man lost the offensive. Bethincourt, 9-28-1918. Spencer.
1918-09-28
26. Jerry guns, part of the 5000 captured, 9-26-1918.
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27. American plane. Gercourt, 9-28-1918. One of the first to go down in the Meuse Argonne.
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28. Concrete dugout. Bethincourt, 9-28-1918.
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30. French tank, Montfaueon, 9-28-18. Spencer. Going into section north of Septsarges.
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33. Toll of one shell. Bethincourt, 10-02-1918. 14 horses and one man killed by one shell.
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37. St. Georges, 11-1-1918. Under Shell fire.”
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42. Boche prisoners. 600 strong. On their way to the ream. St. Georges, 11-1-1918.
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51. Anti Aircraft Gun. Beaumont, 11-09-1918. Spencer.
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April 14, 1919 letter to Anson from Brussels
1919-04-14
April 15, 1918 Letter from Jean McCook pg.1
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April 15, 1918 Letter from Jean McCook pg.2
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April 17, 1918 Copy of Letter from Philip McCook
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April 23, 1918, The Tripod,
April 23, 1918, The Tripod,
1918-04-23
April 23, 1918, The Tripod,
1918-04-23
April 23, 1918, The Tripod,
1918-04-23
April 24 1918 Letter from Frances McCook to Anson. pg. 1
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April 24 1918 Letter from Frances McCook to Anson. pg. 2
1918-04-24
April 24, 1919 memo to Captain Shuman
1919-04-24

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