School Bakers Cooks Thanksgiving Dinner WWI 1918 PROGRAM ROSTER Camp Sevier
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School Bakers Cooks Thanksgiving Dinner WWI 1918 PROGRAM ROSTER Camp Sevier:
FOR SALE IS ONE (1) ORIGINAL 10 PAGE PRINTED ANNOUNCEMENT PROGRAM AND ROSTER FROM School for Bakers and Cooks Thanksgiving Dinner 1918 Camp Sevier, Greenville, S.C. November 28, 1918. THIS IS NOT A REPRODUCTION, THIS IS AN ORIGINAL 9" x 6" TEN PAGE (not including the front and back cover) PAPER DOCUMENT DETAILING THE Thanksgiving DAY MENU OF OYSTER SOUP, STUFFED ROAST TURKEY WITH CHESTNUT DRESSING AND MORE, EVEN CIGARETTES AND CIGARS ARE ON THE MENU AT CAMP SEVIER THIS Thanksgiving. A ROSTER OF COMPANY 377 AND COMPANY NUMBER 399,. PAUL SCHAUFFELE, CAPTAIN A.G.D., COMMANDING. THIS UNIQUE PIECE OF PRINTED HISTORY FEATURES THE ROSTER OF QUARTERMASTER SERGEANTS SENIOR GRADE QUARTERMASTER CORPS, INCLUDING INSTRUCTORS AND PRIVATES, ROSTER OF BAKERY COMPANY NO. 377 AND NO. 399, DETAILED HAND ASSEMBLY OF NINE PAPER PAGESFOLDED, THEN BOUND USING A STRAND OF FINE BLUE THREAD AS EDGE BINDING. THE FRONT OF THIS ITEM HAS MINOR STAINS AND SPOTS, NOT VERY SIGNIFICANT, ALL THE PAGES ARE BROWNED, MORE ON ALL EDGES, THIS IS A THICKER AND UNTREATED PAPER CONSTRUCTION, YOU WILL RECEIVE EXACTLY AS PICTURED, PLEASE NOTE THE BLUE THREAD BINDING IN THE LAST OF MY SCANS. THE ENTIRE 10 PAGE PIECE IS PICTURED, ALL OF MY SCANS HAVE BEEN CROPPED ONLY. THIS IS A GREAT PIECE OF PRINTED MILITARY HISTORY FOR DISPLAY, FRAME, MUSEUM, MILITARY COLLECTION, etc.. YOU WILL RECEIVE ONE (1) ANTIQUE PRINTED PAPER PROGRAM, AS PICTURED, SHIPPEDBY USPS FIRST CLASS MAIL.....
Camp Sevier (1) (1917-1919) - A U.S. Army World War I National Guard Mobilization and Training Camp first established in 1917 near Taylors, Greenville County, South Carolina. Named Camp Sevier in G.O. 95, 18 Jul 1917, after the Governor of the States of Franklin and Tennessee, John Sevier, who had served as Brigadier General in the North Carolina Militia during the Revolutionary War. Abandoned in 1919.One of sixteen U.S. Army National Guard Mobilization and Training Camps established in 1917 to train and integrate National Guard units for service in a U.S. Army division. Camp Sevier was established 18 July 1917 under the supervision of construction quartermaster Major A. G. Doyle on a site of about 1,900 acres. The camp was to have a capacity of about 46,000 officers and enlisted men that would become the 30th U.S. Infantry Division. The camp was completed in November 1917 at an eventual cost of $ 6,500,000.The first commander of the camp was Major General John F. Morrison (Cullum 2904) who formed the 30th U.S. Infantry Division and initiated training. The 30th arrived in August 1917 and departed for France in May 1918. The 30th distinguished itself in combat and sustained heavy losses, including 1,652 killed, 9,429 wounded and 77 captured. The 30th returned to the U.S. and was demobilized on 7 May 1919 at Camp Jackson (1), South Carolina.
i have several genuine panoramic photographs of camp sevier in greenville south carolina, all around 1918,
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