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 03-1919 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.