American Red Cross, 91st Division death reports  1917-1931 (bulk 1919)
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American Red Cross, 91st Division death reports,  1919 [series]
Box   1  
361st Infantry, Company L;  1919 April 30.
 
362nd Infantry, Machine Gun Company and Medical Detachment. These deaths resulted from a train wreck;  1919 April 30.
 
362nd Infantry, Company D;  1919 May 2.
 
362nd Infantry, Company A;  1919 May 7.
 
362nd Infantry, Company K;  1919 May 7.
 
362nd Infantry, Company B;  1919 May 8.
 
362nd Infantry, Company E;  1919 May 8.
 
362nd Infantry, Company F;  1919 May 12.
 
362nd Infantry, Company H;  1919 May 15.
 
362nd Infantry, Company G;  1919 May 19.
 
362nd Infantry, Company L;  1919 May 19.
 
362nd Infantry, Company M;  1919 May 19.
 
362nd Infantry, Headquarters Company;  1919 May 20.
 
362nd Infantry, Machine Gun Company;  1919 May 21.
 
361st Infantry, Company A;  1919 May 26.
 
361st Infantry, Company C;  1919 May 28.
 
361st Infantry, Company F;  1919 June 6.
 
361st Infantry, Company G;  1919 June 10.
 
361st Infantry, Company H;  1919 June 12.
 
361st Infantry, Company I;  1919 June 18.
 
361st Infantry, Company K;  1919 June 26.
 
361st Infantry, Company L;  1919 June 26.
 
361st Infantry, Company M;  1919 July 1.
 
361st Infantry, Machine Gun Company;  1919 July 3.
 
361st Infantry, Headquarters Company;  1919 July 9.
 
347th Machine Gun Battalion, Companies A-D;  1919 July 14.
 
348th Machine Gun Battalion;  1919 July 21.
 
316th Engineers, Companies A-E and Medical Detachment;  1919 July 22.
 
363rd Infantry, Headquarters Company, Companies A-D, and Medical Detachment;  1919 August 18.
Box   1  
Harry B. Critchlow correspondence,  1917 August 3-1919 February 18 [series] (9 typed letter copies, 9pp.)
Box   1  
"Who Won the War" typescript copy by William H. Johnston in collaboration with General John J. Pershing. [series]

Scope note: Copies of correspondence between William Johnston and John Pershing regarding the accuracy of Pershing's representation of the 91st Division in his memoir.