Read at the annual reunion of the Donegal Society by Mrs. A.K. Hostetter, June 19, 1919.
1. Sergt. 1st Class Richard Crowther--2. Sergt. 1st Class Lawrence M. Crowther--3.1st Lieutenant Edmund C. Crowther--4.Prof.Ira R. Kraybill--5.Rev. Frank Goess Bossert--6.Paul W. Heisey--7.James Brice Clark--8.John James Clark--9.Daniel Schneck Keller--10.Oliver James Keller--11.Col. Alexander Rodgers--12 Christopher Raymond Perry Rodgers--13.Alexander Rodgers, Jr.--14.Capt. Arthur Patterson Schock--15. Samuel Cochran Slaymaker--16.Dr. William M. Workman--17.John Gordon Connelly--18.Edgar O. Ellmaker--19.Richard L. Fox--20.Lieut. Benjamin Hiestand--21.Gerald Hiestand--22.Gilbert Schock Holbrook.
This collection contains photographs, many labeled and dated, and two scrapbooks. One scrapbook contains newspaper articles concerning the military and professional life of Captain Groff. The other scrapbook contains military records including special orders, certificates, passes, correspondence, and government requirements. There are also newspaper articles, maps, and other memorabilia.
This collection contains postcards collected by Charles E. Schuler during his time fighting in World War I. It also includes postcard booklets, as well as military paperwork such as "safe arrival" postcards, and letters rewarding and congratulating him for his bravery and courage while fighting in World War I. There is also a photograph of Private Charles E. Schuler in uniform.
Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.
Charles E. Schuler was born on November 16, 1896 to parents Charles Schuler and Elizabeth "Lizzie" May Tillbeck Schuler. He fought in WWI as a Private in the U.S. Marine Corps, and was honorably discharged after the end of the war in 1919. He was later married to Reba C. Schuler (1899-1964). Together they had two children, Charles and Jere. Charles passed away in 1962.
Collection includes family correspondence, photographs, scrapbook, and activities of several generations of the Miller family. Correspondence of Robert E. Miller and Elizabeth D. Keller Miller has been typed on acid-free paper and placed in a binder in chronological order. Collection includes an introduction, footnotes, and brief biographies of Col. Robert E. and Mrs. Miller, whose home was at 1271 Wheatland Ave., Lancaster, Pa. while Col. Miller served with the American Expeditionary Force in France in World War I. Also contains volumes I and II of An American Family in the 20th Century, and the materials used to compile it.