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Circa 1917-1918 (16)
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21. Charles S. Wengert Charles S. Wengert circa 1917-1918 Full body view of World War I soldier identified as 1st. Lt. Wengert, location not given.

22. Walter G. Slagle Walter G. Slagle circa 1917-1918 Full body view of World War I soldier in uniform identified as 1st Lt. Slagle, thought to be Walter G. Slagle. Location of picture not given. He was a member of Battery A, 129th Field Artillery.

23. James M. Pendergast James M. Pendergast circa 1917-1918 Full portrait view of World War I soldier in uniform identified as 2nd Lt. Pendergast, believed to be James M. Pendergast, nephew of Tom Pendergast. Location not given.

24. Charles S. Wengert of Battery A Charles S. Wengert of Battery A circa 1917-1918 Head and shoulder portrait of World War I soldier in uniform identifed as Lieutenant Wengert. Information on page nine indicates his name was Charles S. Wengert, a Jr. 2nd Lieutenant, Battery A., 1st Battalion,...

25. Roy Olney Roy Olney February 20, 1918 Head and shoulders portrait of a World War I soldier in uniform identified as Captain Olney of Battery A. Notations in scrapbook indicate that he gave a talk about Camp Doniphan to an afternoon meeting...

26. Fort Sill, Oklahoma Fort Sill, Oklahoma circa 1917-1918 View of buildings, thought to be military Camp Doniphan located at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

27. Roy T. Olney Roy T. Olney circa 1917-1918 View of uniformed World War I soldier mounted on a horse and identified as Captain Olney, who was a member of Company A, 129th Field Artillery. Location not given.