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Catholic Heroes of the World War Scrapbook and Related Material Collection

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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The American Catholic Research Center and University Archives
Creator: National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC)
Title: Catholic Heroes of the World War Scrapbook and Related Materials
Dates: 1928-1933, n.d.
Extent: 1.25 linear feet; 1 box
Abstract: Contents of a scrapbook detailing the weekly newspaper column, Catholic Heroes of the World War, 1928-1933, written by Daniel J. Ryan, highlighting Catholics who had won medals for service in World War I.
Collection Number: 402
Language: English

Historical Note

American Catholics were justly proud of their co-religionists who served in World War I, especially those who recognized for valor. Catholics have always been a minority in the United States, with population percentages increasing, mostly through immigration, from one percent during the American Revolution, ten percent in the American Civil War, seventeen percent in World War I, and about twenty two percent in the early twenty first century. Supporting the American war effort in World War I would be a watershed for Catholics who were largely viewed as an immigrant institution with questionable patriotism. They responded under the motto of "For God and Country," creating the National Catholic War Council (NCWC), the forerunner of the twenty-first century United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Admiral William Shepherd Benson (1855-1932) of Georgia, would serve as the Chief of Naval Operations, the highest ranking of over 800,000 Catholics in the U.S. military. The creation of the NCWC at a meeting on the campus of The Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington, D.C. to support Catholics in the military impressed President Woodrow Wilson. He wrote to Cardinal James Gibbons of Baltimore, stating he appreciated "so large a sense of patriotism and so admirable a spirit of devotion to our common country." The NCWC would be ably led by a remarkable priest from New York City, John Burke, C.S.P., a Catholic newspaper editor who had already been working to supply Catholic chaplains to the United States military. Under Burke, the NCWC, in partnership with the Knights of Columbus, worked to represent Catholic interests in the Congress, address the needs of soldiers and war workers at home and overseas, and promote acceptance and integration of recent, mostly Catholic immigrants from eastern and southern Europe as well as Mexico.

The NCWC also engaged in ecumenical cooperation with Protestants and Jews on a committee chaired by Burke to advise the U.S. military on religious matters relating to soldiers' training at home and serving in the field along with civilian war workers. Success in providing leadership for the growth and development of the U.S. Catholic Church induced hierarchies in other countries to replicate the NCWC's organization. The American bishops also realized this united wartime effort was crucial to effective protection of Church interests in peacetime, so they made the NCWC a permanent organization. The National Catholic Welfare Council, also known (confusingly) as the NCWC, formally took over the work of the National Catholic War Council. In 1922, the name was changed to the National Catholic Welfare Conference, and was immediately faced by a major act of organized anti-Catholicism with the Oregon School Bill, recently approved by state voters, declaring children could only attend public schools. Supported by the Ku Klux Klan, who discriminated against Catholics and other minorities, this was a serious blow to educational freedom. The NCWC mobilized a public campaign in opposition and in 1925 the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the Oregon School Bill. This attack against and successful defense of parochial schools proved the need for the NCWC's continued existence to combat anti-Catholic prejudice.

The 1928 American presidential election was the occasion of the first Catholic to head a major party ticket. Al Smith of New York was the Democratic Party nominee. Smith lost to Republican Herbert Hoover and it would not be until 1960 with John Fitzgerald Kennedy that another Catholic would run, and this time win the presidency. During the 1928 campaign, Smith and Catholics generally had been subjected to all manner of abuse and innuendo as papists subservient to the Vatican. For the National Catholic Welfare Conference (NCWC), especially Daniel J. Ryan who headed their Bureau of Historical Records, it must have seemed that all their work over the past decade to document American Catholic patriotism had seemingly been for naught. The Bureau had taken over the function of the War Council's historical records committee, created to maintain a national Catholic archives for the preservation and use of materials dealing with Catholic war activities. A primary goal was and continued to be to gather evidence to counter bigoted charges that American Catholics were not patriotic. Never faint hearted and with the records of 800,000 Catholic veterans available, Ryan began in December 1928 to write and supply to the feature service of the National Catholic News Service a weekly column on outstanding 'Catholic Heroes of the World War.' Generally, those profiled were men, and some women, who had won the Congressional Medal of Honor (CMH), the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), and/or the Distinguished Service Medal (DSM). As of 1931, Catholics had won 15 of 92 CMHs, 486 of 6,015 DSCs, and 49 of 1,335 DSMs.

According to the Bureau's 1929 annual report, the feature was well received by former servicemen, their parents, chaplains, and others, who noted the accuracy of the feature articles. The Catholic Heroes of the World War column continued until 1933, ending perhaps not coincidentally, in the same year that the Catholic friendly Franklin Delano Roosevelt assumed the Office of the President, though it should be noted that the NCWC decided to close the Bureau of Historical Records down in 1934 citing lack of funds. Back in the 1930 annual report, Ryan had explained the Catholic Heroes series hoped to deal with Catholic heroes from every state and diocese, if possible, and that so far there had been 98 stories featuring 46 states and the District of Columbia (DC). In the 1931 report, Ryan related there were now 141 stories covering the then 48 states and all but 7 Catholic dioceses. By the time the column ended in 1933 there were about 250 stories in all.

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Scope and Contents

The columns, about 250 in all, were written between 1928 and 1933 by Daniel J. Ryan, head of the NCWC Bureau of Historical Records. Generally each story profiles one individual, usually soldiers but the occasional nurse as well. There are also instances of stories being about two individuals. Apparently Ryan kept a record of them by putting the clippings in a scrapbook, alphabetically by surname. The scrapbook itself was unremarkable, hard cover with yellow, numbered, onionskin paper. The cover was acidic and falling apart, and many of the pages torn or disintegrating. The clippings themselves were in fairly good shape, though many yellowing with acid. The page numbers do not appear to be relevant to any organization of the stories. Because of the poor condition and otherwise unremarkable status the scrapbook was dismantled, the clipping photocopied onto acid free paper and the clippings and copies individually housed in acid free folders and filed alphabetically in series one. The publication date of each column was not always given, so it was not possible, at this time, to organize the columns chronologically. Additionally, some incidental items, such as the scrapbook's alphabetical index and a working file related to the column, make up the second and last series.

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Arrangement

The Catholic Heroes of the World War Scrapbook and Related Material Collection consists of two series:



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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

None.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Pulled from the Daniel J. Ryan material of Series 9 of the National Catholic War Council records in 2016.

Processing Information

Processing completed in 2016 by William John Shepherd. EAD markup completed in 2016 by Mr. Shepherd. Additional contributions by Marielle Gage. Digital object links added in 2017 by Katherine Santa Ana.

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Related Material

The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives:

Margaret Richards Millar Papers

National Catholic War Council Records

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Office of the General Secretary Records

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Persons:
Ryan, Daniel J.

Organizations:
Knights of Columbus
National Catholic News Service
National Catholic Welfare Conference, Bureau of Historic Records

Places:
France
North Russia
Siberia
Washington, D.C.

Subjects:
American Expeditionary Forces (AEF)
Congressional Medal of Honor
Distinguished Service Cross
Distinguished Service Medal


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Bibliography

Ryan, Daniel J. 'American Catholic World War Records,' The Ecclesiastical Review 82 (January-June 1930): 581-592.

Ryan, Daniel J. American Catholic World War I Records. Ph.D. dissertation, The Catholic University of America, 1941.

Shepherd, William John. 'For God and Country - American Catholics in the World War,' The Archivist's Nook, November 11, 2015

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Biographical Files, Alphabetical by Surname, 1928-1933 (1 Box)
An alphabetical filing of the about 250 'Catholic Heroes of the World War' newspaper stories by the surname of the subject. File usually includes a Catholic newspaper version of the column and sometimes the National Catholic News Service story release. On occasion there are two individuals profiled in the story.
Box Folder
1 1 Adams, John C.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 30th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). A native of Maryland. Published in The Record, September 12, 1929.
  2 Amory, Thomas D.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Wilmington, Delaware. National Catholic News Service Release, July 7, 1930.
  3 Andres, John, Jr.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 8th Machine Gun Battalion, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Christians Parish, Cheektowaga, New York. Published in the Evangelist, October 7, 1932.
  4 Andrew, Flynn Lambert A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. American Air Service. Resident of Denver, Colorado. Published 1933.
  5 Andrykowski, Victor,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 125th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Rosary Parish, Saginaw, Michigan. Published in The Record (Louisville) May 14, 1931.
  6 Armijo, Marcus B.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 125th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Ignatius Parish, El Paso, Texas. Published in News May 3, 1930.
  7 Arpin, Edmund P.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 125th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of SS. Peter and Paul Parish, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Published in Catholic Herald (Milwaukee) October 12, 1932.
  8 Auber, John J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 314th Infantry, 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Elm Grove, West Virginia. National Catholic News Service Release, July 14, 1930.
  9 Babbitt, Edwin B.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Medal. 4th Field Artillery Brigade, 4th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Published in The Evangelist, December 2, 1932.
  10 Barkley, David B.,
        Document
        Congressional Medal of Honor. 356th Infantry, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of San Antonio, Texas. Published in Catholic News, June 27, 1931.
  11 Barry, Herbert E.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 359th Infantry, 90th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis Parish, Brainerd, Minnesota. Published in The Record (Louisville), April 23, 1931.
  12 Battery, Louis L.,
        Document
        Citation for Bravery. 325th Infantry, 82th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Augusta, Georgia. Published in The Catholic Herald, December 15, 1932.
  13 Bauernfeind, John R.; Stankunos, Benjamin,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross for both. 310th Machine Battalion, 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Bauernfeind resident of St. Michael's Parish, Baltimore, Maryland; Stankunos of St. Stephen's Parish, West Shamokin, Pennsylvania. Published in Catholic News, November 12, 1932.
  14 Behan, James P.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 13th Field Artillery, 4th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Michael's Parish, New Orleans, Louisiana. Published in Catholic Telegraph (Cincinnati), May 14, 1931.
  15 Bennett, Charles S.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 16th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Family Parish, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Published in The Record, October 31, 1929.
  16 Benz, Cedric Charles,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 111th Infantry, 28th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary of the Mount Parish, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Published in Catholic News, July 2, 1932.
  17 Berg Joseph,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 167th Infantry, 42th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Belgium, resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Mount Vernon, Washington. Published October 24, 1930.
  18 Bills, Anthony C.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 7th Field Artillery, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Dubois, Pennsylvania. Published in Catholic Sun (Syracuse), April 20, 1933.
  19 Blanchfield, John Joseph,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. U.S. Marine Corps, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Ireland, resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Brooklyn, New York. National Catholic News Service Release, May 5, 1930 and version published in Catholic News, May 10, 1930.
  20 Bleau, Homer J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 59th Infantry, 4th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Munising, Michigan. Published in The Record (Louisville), January 22, 1930.
  21 Bolack, William F.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 104th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Michael's Cathedral Parish, Springfield, Massachusetts. Published 1933.
  22 Bowes, David M.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 304th Brigade, Tank Corps, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Bath, New York. Published in Catholic News, July 25, 1931.
  23 Boyle, Father,
        Document
        Camp Hospital, Camp Colt, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Published in Catholic Standard, November 28, 1930. This one is different from the other Catholic Heroes of the World War in that it is mostly in the form of a written testimonial from a non-Catholic, Lt. Col. Thomas H. Scott, Camp Surgeon, in appreciation of the offer of Fr. Boyle and the Sisters of Charity of Xavier Hall for use as a temporary hospital during the Spanish Flu Pandemic.
  24 Brady, John J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross, Croix de Guerre with Palm and Gold Star. Chaplain, 5th Regiment, 2nd Division, U.S. Marine Corps, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). National Catholic News Service undated draft, and Release, May 29, 1933.
  25 Brennan, Cecilia,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Medal. Chief Nurse, Toul Hospital Center, France, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Published 1932.
  26 Brennan, Elmer W.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 125th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Detroit, Michigan. Published in Catholic Union Times, March 10, 1932.
  27 Breslin, James E.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 168th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Maplewood, Massachusetts. Published in Evangelist, 1932.
  28 Bresnahan, Thomas F.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 38th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Published in Catholic Herald, July 6, 1933.
  29 Brocki, Mieczyslaw,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross and Oak Leave Cluster. 16th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Stanislaus Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in Providence Visitor, July 21, 1933.
  30 Budde, George W.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross and Navy Cross. 5th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Family Parish, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published in Catholic Herald, November 17, 1932.
  31 Callan, Robert Emmet,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Medal. Chief of Staff, Artillery, First Army, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Baltimore, Maryland, resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Knoxville, Tennessee. National Catholic News Service Release, December 15, 1930.
  32 Campbell, George A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 18th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Charles Parish, Woburn, Massachusetts. Published in The Evangelist (Albany), September 11, 1931.
  33 Carter, Michael,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 361st Infantry, 91st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Los Angeles, California. Published in Brooklyn Tablet, September 21, 1929.
  34 Casaga, Samuel E.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 132th Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Philip Benizi Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in Catholic News, November 11, 1932.
  35 Casey, George A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 305th Infantry, 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Loretto Parish, Cold Spring, New York. Published 1932.
  36 Casey, John,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 6th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Ireland, resident of Lynn, Massachusetts. Published in Michigan Catholic, June 9, 1932.
  37 Casey, Joseph W.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross and Oak Leave Cluster. 101st Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Lawrence, Massachusetts. Published July 30, 1932.
  38 Cassidy, Joseph J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 11th Machine Gun Battalion, 29th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Ireland, resident of St. Paul's Parish, Princeton, New Jersey. Published in New World, November 15, 1929.
  39 Cassingham, Leroy,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 358th Infantry, 90th Division, American Expeditionary (AEF). Resident of St. Anthony's Parish, Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Published in Church World (Portland, Maine), August 28, 1931.
  40 Cavanaugh, Thomas J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 111th Infantry, 28th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Native of St. Malachy Parish, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Published in Catholic Herald, August 10, 1933.
  41 Cheevers, Earl J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 132th Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Sorrow Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in Michigan Catholic, December 3, 1931.
  42 Christenson, Walter T.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 28th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Three Oaks, Michigan. Published in Catholic News, December 10, 1932.
  43 Clabby, John L.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 101st Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Providence, Rhode Island. National Catholic News Service release, May 26, 1930, and version published in News World, July 25, 1930.
  44 Clowe, Edward P.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 165th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Ambrise (Ambrose?) Parish, New York City. Published in The Record (Louisville, Kentucky), October 17, 1929.
  45 Cogswell, Theodore L.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 319th Infantry, 80th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Stephen's Parish, Washington, D.C. and alumnus of Georgetown University. Published in the Michigan Catholic, October 20, 1931.
  46 Considine, Albert J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 101th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady Help of Christians, Newton, Massachusetts. National Catholic News Service release, n.d., and version published, 1930.
  47 Cooney, Michael,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 165th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Elmhurst, Long Island, New York. Published in Catholic Herald (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), October 12, 1933.
  48 Cosgrove, John D.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 139th Infantry, 35th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Alphonsus Parish, St. Louis, Missouri. National Catholic News Service release, June 2, 1930.
  49 Coyle, Edward A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 16th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Darien, New York. Published 1933.
  50 Crotty, Peter J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 165th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of both St. Alphonsus and St. Anthony's parishes, New York City. Published in The Tidings, December 26, 1929.
  51 Crowley, Edward J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 307th Infantry, 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, New York City. Published in The Tidings, March 8, 1929.
  52 Crowley, John J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 107th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Blessed Sacrament Parish, Mohawk, New York. Published in New World, March 15, 1929.
  53 Curti, Mike,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 127th Infantry, 91st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, Reno, Nevada. National Catholic News Service release, September 15, 1930.
  54 Cushion, Leon J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 103rd Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Mission of St. Michael, Greensboro Bend, Vermont. National Catholic News Service release, June 30, 1930.
  55 Daly, Daniel,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross, Croix de Guerre with Palm, Medaille Millitaire. 6th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Member of Knights of Columbus, Brooklyn, New York. Published 1932.
  56 Daly, Paul,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre, French Legion of Honor, Croce Di Guerra. 18th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Alumnus of Loyola School in New York. Published in Catholic News, December 12, 1931.
  57 De Rogatis, Albert,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 309th Infantry, 78th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Italy and resident of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish, Asbury Park, New Jersey. Published in The Evangelist, March 25, 1932.
  58 De Valles, John,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 104th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Knights of Columbus chaplain. Published in The Tablet, May 18, 1929.
  59 Dickop, Raymond,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 127th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Thomas Parish, Beloit, Wisconsin. Published in Catholic News, May 11, 1929.
  60 Dion, Arthur J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 326th Infantry, 82nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Milford, Massachusetts. Published in the Evangelist, February 3, 1932.
  61 Dixon, John R., and Pratt, John,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross for both. Dixon served in 112th Infantry, 38th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pratt served in 166th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of SS. Peter and Paul Parish, Toledo, Ohio. Published in Catholic News, November 7, 1931.
  62 Dodd, Brendan J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 132th Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Brendan's Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in Catholic News, December 24, 1932.
  63 Dollard, William B.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. Medical Detachment, First Engineers, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Lawrence Parish, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic News, April 15, 1933.
  64 Donahue, Joseph J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 323rd Artillery, 83rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Bridget's Parish, Stewardville, Minnesota. Published in The Record (Louisville), April 16, 1931.
  65 Donahue, Michael J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 18th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Ireland, resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Springfield, Massachusetts. Published in the Catholic Herald (Milwaukee), October 5, 1933.
  66 Donahue, William H., and McCauley, Philip J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross for both, who served together in the 151st Artillery, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Published in 1933.
  67 Donaldson, Michael A.,
        Document
        Congressional Medal of Honor. 165th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, Haverstraw, New York. Published in The Tidings (Los Angeles), June 21, 1929.
  68 Donnelly, Edward,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Ireland, resident of Cathedral Parish, Providence, Rhode Island. Published in New World, January 2, 1931.
  69 Donovan, William J. 'Wild Bill',
        Document
        Congressional Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal. 165th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Buffalo, New York. Published in The Tidings, February 15, 1929.
  70 Dorsey, James W., Jr.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 104th Field Signal Battalion, 29th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Washington, D.C. Published in 1929.
  71 Driscoll, Thomas A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Medal. G-2 (Intelligence), 91st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Matthew's Parish, San Mateo, California, and alumnus of St. Ignatius University (later the University of San Francisco). Published in New World, March 20, 1931.
  72 Dubord, Frank F.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 28th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Rose's Parish, Chisholm, Maine. Published in Catholic Sun, October 27, 1932, and Catholic News, October 29, 1931.
  73 Dunigan, Patrick R.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. Chaplain, 126th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Monsignor of St. Michael's Parish, Flint, Michigan. Published in Catholic News, August 4, 1932.
  74 Dunn, Parker F.,
        Document
        Congressional Medal of Honor. 312th Infantry, 78th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Cathedral Parish, Albany, New York. Published in the Pittsburgh Catholic, December 26, 1929.
  75 Ebbert, Peter W.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 58th Infantry, 4th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, Ridgewood, New Jersey. Published unknown date.
  76 Eckweiler, Robert J., and McNamee, William J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross for both, who served in the 3rd Ammunition Train, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Eckweiler a resident of St. Philomena Parish, Hawley, Pennsylvania, and McNamee of St. Aloyhttp://hdl.handle.net/1961/cuislandora:54172sius Parish, New York City. Published in New World, November 11, 1929.
  77 Egler, Frederick A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 320th Infantry, 80th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, South Side, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. National Catholic News Service release, January 27, 1930, and version published in News, February 1, 1930.
  78 Ellis, Michael B.,
        Document
        Congressional Medal of Honor. 28th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Lawrence O'Toole Parish, St. Louis, Missouri. Published in The Tidings, June 7, 1929.
  79 Essex, Joseph F., and Bolack, William F.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross for each. Essex served in the 319th Infantry, 80th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) and was a resident of St. Alphonsus' Parish, Springdale, Pennsylvania. Bolack served in the 104th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) and was a resident of St. Michael's Cathedral Parish, Springfield, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic News, November 4, 1933.
  80 Farrell, Edward J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 102th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Hartford, Connecticut, and Knights of Columbus Chaplain. Published in the Evangelist, March 10, 1933.
  81 Farrell, John J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 354th Infantry, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John's Parish, Paterson, New Jersey. Published 1933.
  82 Ferrenbach, Leo, and Rooney, Paul,
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        Distinguished Service Cross to both, who served in the Balloon Section, Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Ferrenbach an alumnus of St. Louis University and Rooney an alumnus of Boston College. Published in Catholic Telegraph, March 24, 1932.
  83 Ferry, Bradford, and Kennedy, George M.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross to both. Ferry served in the 115th Infantry, 29th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) and was a Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Elkton, Maryland. Kennedy served in the 6th Engineers, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Published in Catholic News (New York), September 26, 1931.
  84 Finn, Henry,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. Medical Detachment, 4th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Bowbells, North Dakota. National Catholic News Service release, June 23, 1930.
  85 Fisher, Frank J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 355th Infantry, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Rose's Parish, Kansas City, Kansas. Published November 22, 1929.
  86 Fisher, Walter S.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 304th Field Signal Battalion, 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Minocqua, Wisconsin. Published in Pittsburgh? Catholic, April 2, 1931.
  87 Fitzgerald, Howard P.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre with Gilt Star. 104th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Springfield, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic Herald, March 23, 1933.
  88 Forrest, Arthur J.,
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        Congressional Medal of Honor. 354th Infantry, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Hannibal, Missouri. Published in Michigan Catholic, August 13, 1931.
  89 Freml, Wesley,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Ann's Parish, Vail, Iowa. Published in Catholic News, April 1, 1933.
  90 Fritz, Clyde A.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 9th Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Kokomo, Indiana. Published in The Record (Louisville), June 4, 1931.
  91 Gaffney, Frank,
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        Congressional Medal of Honor. 108th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Niagara Falls, New York. Published in the Lake Shore Visitor, September 4, 1931.
  92 Gallagher, Cornelius E.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 309th Machine Gun Battalion, 78th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Newark, New Jersey. National Catholic News Service release, undated, and version published in News, January 25, 1930.
  93 Gallagher, George,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 30th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Angels Parish, Brooklyn, New York. Published in the Evangelist, July 14, 1933.
  94 Garcia, Amado, and Martinez, Lauriano,
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        Distinguished Service Cross for each, who served in the 110th Infantry, 28th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF), from Albuquerque and Watrous parishes, New Mexico. Published in the New World, November 11, 1930.
  95 Gaudette, George J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 102th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John's Parish, New Britain, Connecticut. Published in Catholic News, November 11, 1933.
  96 Geary, William J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 4th Brigade, U.S. Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, Harper's Ferry, West Virginia. Published in Catholic Herald (Milwaukee), May 25, 1933.
  97 Genest, Paul P.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John the Baptist Parish, Lowell, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic Sun, June 22, 1933.
  98 Gillen, Edward N.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 148th Ambulance Company, 112th Sanitary Train, 37th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis de Sales Parish, Toledo, Ohio. Published in Catholic News, November 18, 1932.
  99 Glennan, James D.,
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        Distinguished Service Medal. Director of American Hospitals in France, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Washington, D.C. National Catholic News Service release, May 2, 1930 and version published in Catholic News, May 17, 1930.
  100 Goldcamp, Frank J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 6th Engineers, part of 3rd Division but detached to British Army, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Ironton, Ohio. Published in The Tablet, February 9, 1929.
  101 Gordon, Walter Henry,
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        Distinguished Service Medal. C.O., 5th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Native of Mississippi, resident of St. Landry, Louisiana. Published in the Michigan Catholic, January 14, 1932.
  102 Gude, Charles J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 342nd Machine Gun Battalion, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Nebraska City, Nebraska. Published in the Michigan Catholic, April 9, 1931.
  103 Hagan, Joseph,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 5th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, Richmond, Virginia. Published in Catholic News, May 13, 1933.
  104 Hageman, August,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 30th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of All Saint's Parish, Eagle Butte, South Dakota. Published in The Record, June 18, 1931.
  105 Halfman, Anthony,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 150th Machine Gun Battalion, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Published 1933.
  106 Hall, Fred L.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Lawrence O'Toole Parish, Michigan, North Dakota. Published in Catholic News (New York), May 2, 1931.
  107 Harris, Leo William,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 101st Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Malden, Massachusetts. National Catholic News Service release, January 13, 1930, and version published January 18, 1930.
  108 Hausmann, William L.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 4th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, St. Helena, Nebraska. Published in The Record (Louisville), March 5, 1931.
  109 Hayes, Michael J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 306th Infantry, 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Philip Neri Parish, Cleveland, Ohio. Published 1932.
  110 Heinz, Nick,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 358th Infantry, 90th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). His father was a native of Bohemia and mother of Luxembourg. Nick was a resident of St. Cloud, Minnesota. National Catholic News Service release, n.d., and version published in News, January 11, 1930.
  111 Hennelly, James Hannan,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 10th Field Artillery, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Norfolk, Virginia. Published in New World, July 25, 1930.
  112 Hilger, John,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Granville, Iowa. National Catholic News Service release, April 14, 1930, and version published April 19, 1930.
  113 Hoeynck, Frank J., and Dietz, Edward W.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross for Dietz. Both served in the 314th Engineers, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Hoeynck was a resident of Holy Trinity Parish, Chicago, Illinois, and Dietz of Cathedral Parish, Newark, New Jersey. Published in Catholic Herald, April 6, 1933.
  114 Horsey, Hamilton R.,
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        Distinguished Service Medal. Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Michael's Parish, Fernandina, Florida. Published in New World, August 9, 1929.
  115 Hoyt, Russell E., and Gannon, Joseph J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross for both, who served in the 104th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Hoyt was a resident of St. Paul's Parish, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Gannon of Blessed Sacrament Parish, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Published in New World, April 26, 1929.
  116 Huard, Solomon,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 16th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis de Sales Parish, Waterville, Maine. Published in Catholic News, February 13, 1932.
  117 Hurley, Francis E.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 101st Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Maplewood, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic Herald, February 23, 1933.
  118 Isaac, Joseph,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 125th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis de Sales's Parish, Manistique, Michigan. Published in Catholic News, February 27, 1932.
  119 Jansen, Louis B.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 361st Infantry, 91st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Raphael's Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in Brooklyn Tablet, October 5, 1929.
  120 Janssen, Martin J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 355th Infantry, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Rushville, Nebraska. Published in The Record, October 23, 1930.
  121 Johnston, William H.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Croix de Guerre with Palm. C.O. of 91st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Convert, resident of Cincinnati, Ohio. National Catholic News Service release, June 9, 1930.
  122 Jones, Clinton,
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        Distinguished Service Cross wit Oak Leave Cluster. 22nd Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Bridget's Parish, San Francisco, California. Published in the Evangelist, November 4, 1932.
  123 Jutras, William H.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 103rd Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Augustine's Parish, Manchester, New Hampshire. Published in The Tablet, April 20, 1929.
  124 Kane, Charles J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's House of Providence, Syracuse, New York. Published in New World, February 1, 1929.
  125 Kayes, John P.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 165th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of New York City. National Catholic News Service release, December 1, 1930.
  126 Keane, Christopher W.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. Medical Detachment, 131st Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. William's Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published 1932.
  127 Kelly, Augustine C.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 122nd Field Artillery, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Laurel, Mississippi. Published in The Record, August 28, 1930.
  128 Kelly, John Joseph,
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        Congressional Medal of Honor (Army), Congressional Medal of Honor (Navy). 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Chicago, Illinois. Published in The Tidings, June 29, 1929.
  129 Kelly, Leo P.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 9th Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Pueblo, Colorado. Published in New World, August 6, 1930.
  130 Kennedy, Raymond R.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 119th Infantry, 30th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Esthersville, Iowa. Published in Michigan Catholic (Detroit), February 21, 1931.
  131 Kerwin, Joseph N.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 119th Infantry, 30th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Esthersville, Iowa. Published in Michigan Catholic (Detroit), February 21, 1931.
  132 Keville, William J.,
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        Distinguished Service Medal. 101th Ammunition Train, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Somerville, Massachusetts. Published in Brooklyn Tablet, June 17, 1929.
  133 Kielpinski, Vincent J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 127th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary Czestochowa's Parish, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Published 1933.
  134 Klinger, Walter W.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 113th Infantry, 29th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Michael's Parish, Newark, New Jersey. Published in Catholic News, October 21, 1933.
  135 Kocak, Matej,
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        Congressional Medal of Honor (Army), Congressional Medal of Honor (Navy). 5th Regiment, U.S. Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of SS. Cyril and Methodius Parish, Binghamton, New York. Published in Catholic News, October 25, 1929 and National Catholic Welfare Bulletin, June 1929.
  136 Kochanik, John,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 127th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Josephat's Parish, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. National Catholic News Service release, February 3, 1930 and version published in Catholic News, February 8, 1930.
  137 Kubacki, Steve,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 52nd Infantry, 7th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of SS. Cyril and Methodius Parish, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Published in the Evangelist, December 24, 1931.
  138 Lavoie, Leo Joseph,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 16th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Lowell, Massachusetts. National Catholic News Service release, 1930, and version published March 15, 1930.
  139 Lee, Christopher F.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre with Palm. 102nd Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, South Boston, Massachusetts. Published in New World, April 19, 1929.
  140 Leitner, Aloysius,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross. Fifth Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Charles' Parish, Charlesburg, Wisconsin. Published in Providence Visitor, June 24, 1932.
  141 Lemma, Samuel,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 7th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Canadaigua, New York. Published 1933.
  142 Lenahan, Edward J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 8th Machine Gun Battalion, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Cathedral Parish, Savanah, Georgia. Published in New World, October 24, 1930.
  143 Leonard, John W.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre, French Legion of Honor. 6th Infantry, 5th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Toledo, Ohio. Published in Catholic News, December 21, 1929.
  144 Linskey, William F.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 131st Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Dominic's Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in the Evangelist, June 30, 1933.
  145 Lippe, Oscar P.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 307th Infantry, 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Incarnation Parish, New York, New York. Published in Catholic News, September 3, 1932.
  146 Lister, John M., and Reggiardo, Antonio,
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        Distinguished Service Cross for both, who served in the 363rd Infantry, 91st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Lister a resident of St. Elizabeth's Parish, San Francisco, California, and Reggiardo of St. Catherine's Parish, Martinez, California. Published in The Evangelist, November 13, 1931.
  147 Luke, Frank,
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        Congressional Medal of Honor. 27th Aero Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Phoenix, Arizona. Published in The Tidings, May 31, 1929.
  148 MacBrayne, Winfred C.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 2nd Balloon Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Parish, Lowell, Massachusetts. Published in The Evangelist, 1933.
  149 MacDonald, Beatrice Mary,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. Nurse, U.S. Army Base Hospital No. 2 (serving at Casualty Clearing Station No. 61, British Army, Belgium), American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). A native of Prince Edward Island, Canada, and resident of New York, New York. Published in The Record, May 2, 1929.
  150 Mahoney, James,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 60th Infantry, 5th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis Xavier Parish, Waterbury, Connecticut. Published in Catholic Herald, November 23, 1933.
  151 Mallon, George H.,
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        Congressional Medal of Honor. 132nd Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Okden, Kansas, and Ascension Parish, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Published in The Tidings, June 14, 1929.
  152 Malone, Paul B.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Silver Star, Croix de Guerre with Two Palms and One Star. 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Published in Catholic News, July 23, 1932.
  153 Mansfield, James R., and Capen, Ralph,
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        Distinguished Service Cross for both, members of the 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Mansfield a resident of St. Mary's Parish, Haydenville, Massachusetts, and Capen of Immaculate Conception Parish, Mattoon, Illinois. Published in Catholic News, January 23, 1932.
  154 Marcus, Norbert W.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 3rd Machine Gun Battalion, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis' Parish, Quincy, Illinois. Published in Catholic Bulletin, July 4, 1931.
  155 Marks, Willoughby Ryan,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 65st Infantry, 5th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Apalachicola, Florida. National Catholic News Service release, n.d.
  156 Martin, Claude A.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. Medical Corps, 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Seven Dolors Parish, Welsh, Louisiana. Published in New World, August 16, 1929.
  157 Martin, Daniel J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre. 128th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Waukesha, Wisconsin. Published in Catholic Sun, September 8, 1932.
  158 Massicotte, August J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 9th Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Franklin, New Hampshire. Published 1928.
  159 McAndrew, James W.,
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        Distinguished Service Medal. Chief of Staff, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Washington, D.C. Published in The Evangelist, January 8, 1932.
  160 McCarthy, William H.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Lynn, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic Sun, June 15, 1933.
  161 McCluskey, Ross,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 53rd Infantry, 6th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Published 1929.
  162 McCoy, Charles A.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Freeport, Illinois. Published in Church World (Portland, Maine), February 13, 1931.
  163 McDevitt, James A.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 281st Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish, Cincinnati, Ohio. National Catholic News Service release, April 7, 1930, and version published April 12, 1930.
  164 McDonough, John,
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        Distinguished Service Medal. Locomotive Repair and Erection Shops, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Parish, Beach Grove, Indiana. Published in Catholic Sun, May 12, 1932.
  165 McGee, Edward,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 353th Infantry, 89th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Boniface Parish, Tipton, Kansas. Published in Catholic News, April 4, 1931.
  166 McGowan, Francis,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 101st Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Charles Parish, Waltham, Massachusetts. Published September 16, 1933.
  167 McGrath, Henry John,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. Army Transport Service (Sea), American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Jacksonville, Florida. National Catholic News Service release, December 29, 1930.
  168 McGuire, Leo Francis,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre. Ambulance Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Native of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Published in The Record, October 9, 1930.
  169 McIntosh, John M.,
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        Silver Star. 357th Infantry, 90th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, Columbia, South Carolina. Published in Catholic News, September 17, 1932.
  170 McNamara, John P.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 165th Infantry, 42th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, New Brighton, Staten Island, New York. Published in Catholic News (New York), October 14(?), 1933.
  171 McNicholas, Thomas G.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 115th Infantry, 29th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Texas, Maryland. Published in Western Catholic, February 3, 1933.
  172 Meyering, William D.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Columbanus Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in Providence Visitor, June 3, 1932.
  173 Monahan, Francis J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 116th Infantry, 29th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John's Parish, Indianapolis, Indiana. National Catholic News Service release, September 29, 1930, and version published in The Record, October 2, 1930.
  174 Mongeau, Henry J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre. 28th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Leicester, Massachusetts. National Catholic News Service release, March 13, 1933.
  175 Monson, Jack,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre with Palm, Medaille Mellitaire. 'Lost Battalion,' 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Ascension Parish, New York, New York. Published in New World, January 11, 1929.
  176 Moore, John Carroll,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre. Chaplain, 313th Infantry, 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Postwar priest of St. Joan of Arc Parish, Aberdeen, Maryland. Draft Typescript copy, n.d.
  177 Mulholland, Emmet P.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 326th Infantry, 82nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Published in Catholic Sun, April 7, 1942.
  178 Muncastor, John H.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 11th Infantry, 5th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Anthony's Parish, Florence, South Carolina. Typescript draft, n.d.
  179 Murphy, Thomas W.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 64th Infantry, 7th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, New Britain, Connecticut. Published 1932.
  180 Myers, Fred H.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Rose of Lima Parish, New York, New York. Typescript draft, n.d.
  181 Naughton, Francis X.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 112th Infantry, 28th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Published in The Record, March 21, 1929.
  182 Neiggemann, Henry J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 358th Infantry, 90th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Anthony's Parish, Streator, Illinois. Published in Catholic News, September 9, 1933.
  183 Nicholson, William J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal. General, Commander of the 157th Infantry Brigade, 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Native of Washington, D.C. Published in Catholic News, January 2, 1932.
  184 Nolan, Dennis E.,
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        Distinguished Service Medal. Chief of the Intelligence Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Native of Akron, New York. Published in The Evangelist (Albany, New York), October 9, 1931.
  185 Nolan, Vincent A.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. Navy Medical Service, 5th Marine Regiment, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Livingstone, Montana. Published, n.d.
  186 Norton, Earl D.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 9th Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. George's Parish, Guilford, Connecticut. Published in The Record, November 13, 1930.
  187 Norton, Fred W.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 27th Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Marblehead, Ohio. Published in The Record (Louisville, Kentucky), May 21, 1931.
  188 O'Brien, Daniel L.,
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        No medals cited. 317th Infantry, 80th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Luke's Parish, New York. Published in The Evangelist, n.d.
  189 O'Connell, Albert L.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. 60th Coast Artillery, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Philip's Parish, Battle Creek, Michigan. Published in The Record (Louisville, Kentucky), October 10, 1929.
  190 O'Flaherty, Colman E.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross. Chaplain, 28th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Published in The Evangelist, May 20, 1932.
  191 O'Gorman, Matthew E.,
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        Navy Cross. Naval Air Detachment, Northern Bombing Groups, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, Jamaica Plains, New York. National Catholic News Service release, May 19, 1930, and version published in Catholic News, May 24, 1930.
  192 O'Keefe, Arthur J.,
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        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre with Palm. 18th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Aloysius Parish, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Published in The Record (Louisville, Kentucky), November 26, 1931.
  193 Owens John T.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 315th Infantry, 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Cathedral Parish, Hartford, Connecticut. Published in Providence Visitor, March 4, 1932.
  194 Page, Charles C.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross with Oak Leave Cluster. 107th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John the Evangelist Parish, New York, New York. Published in Michigan Catholic, July 30, 1931.
  195 Parent, Eddie J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 26th Infantry, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John's Parish, Brunswick, Maine. Published in Catholic News, March 2, 1929.
  196 Parent, Joseph C.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre. 102nd Field Artillery, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Webster, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic News, April 29, 1933.
  197 Paul, Edwin,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 107th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in England, resident of White Plains, New York. Published in The Record, March 28, 1929.
  198 Perkins, Michael J.,
        Document
        Congressional Medal of Honor, Medaille Militaire, Croix de Guerre with Palm, Croce di Guerra. 101st Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Augustine's Parish, Boston, Massachusetts. Draft typescript, n.d.
  199 Pierce, Edward A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 107th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Native of Springfield, Massachusetts. National Catholic News Service release, March 24, 1930, and version published March 29, 1930.
  200 Plassmeyer, Albert J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 322rd Field Artillery, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Gregory's Parish, Zelienople, Pennsylvania. Published in Providence Visitor, February 17, 1933.
  201 Platten, Michael A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 121st Field Artillery, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Published in The Record, December 11, 1930.
  202 Pretty, James L.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 6th Machine Gun Battalion, Marine Brigade, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Trinity Parish, Marshfield, Missouri. Published in New World, September 5, 1930.
  203 Purcell, Robert E.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 362nd Infantry, 91st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Miles City, Montana. National Catholic News Service release, December 30, 1929, and version published February 1, 1930.
  204 Purcell, Thomas B.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross, Croix de Guerre. 6th Machine Gun Battalion, Marine Brigade, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Name of Jesus Parish, New York. Published in Catholic Herald (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), September 28, 1933.
  205 Raleigh, Walter J., and Shedlewski, John F.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross and Croix de Guerre for both, who served in the 107th Ammunition Train, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Raleigh a resident of St. Patrick's Parish and Shedlewski of St. John's Parish, Menasha, Wisconsin. Published in The Record, November 17, 1931.
  206 Rancourt, John L.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 88th Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Raymond's Parish, Providence, Rhode Island. Published in The Evangelist, May 13, 1932.
  207 Rawlinson, John W.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 106th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Gertrude's Parish, Kingsville, Texas. Published in Catholic News (New York), August 8, 1931.
  208 Reed, John J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 315th Infantry, 79th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Our Lady of Mercy Parish, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Published in New World, January 25, 1929.
  209 Regan, Gerald V.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 5th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Duryea, Pennsylvania. Published in Catholic News, December 19, 1931.
  210 Regan, John M.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 128th Infantry, 32nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John's Parish, Boise, Idaho. Published August 10, 1929.
  211 Rindeau, Arthur J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross. U.S Marines, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Notre Dame Parish, Southbridge, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic News, June 11, 1933.
  212 Roberts, James H.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 5th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Elizabeth's Parish, Baltimore, Maryland. National Catholic News Service release, March 3, 1930 and version published in News, March 8, 1930.
  213 Rowan, Charles R.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 110th Infantry, 28th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mark's Parish, Altoona, Pennsylvania. Published in The Record (Louisville), June 11, 1931.
  214 Ryan, Lillian J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Medal. Chief Nurse, Camp Merritt, New Jersey. Born in Ireland, resident of Denver, Colorado. Published in The Catholic Standard, December 26, 1930, and Denver Catholic Register, February 26, 1931.
  215 Sargent, Bradley V., Jr.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 11th Field Artillery, 6th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of San Carol Parish, Monterey, California. Published in The Catholic Sun, April 28, 1932.
  216 Sauer, Joseph C.,
        Document
        General Order Citation. (Lost Battalion) 308th Infantry, 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Most Holy Redeemer Parish, New York, New York. Published in Catholic News, January 14, 1933.
  217 Schairer, James V.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. Medical Detachment, 147th Infantry, 37th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John's Parish, Benton Harbor, Michigan. National Catholic News Service release, February 10, 1930.
  218 Schoberth, Raymond A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 359th Infantry, 90th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Luke's Parish, Nicholasville, Kentucky. National Catholic News Service release, June 16, 1930, and published version, 1930.
  219 Schultz, Charles,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 132nd Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Adalbert's Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in Catholic News, April 6, 1929.
  220 Schulze, Raymond J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. Ambulance Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Patrick's Parish, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Published August 7, 1933.
  221 Scott, Albert E.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 101th Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Aidan's Parish, Brookline, Massachusetts. Published in New World, July 5, 1929.
  222 Sheridan, Richard B.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 308th Infantry, 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Finbar's Parish, Brooklyn, New York. Published n.d.
  223 Simon, Frank J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 6th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis Xavier, La Grange, Illinois. Published in The Evangelist, October 16, 1931.
  224 Sinnott, Catherine G.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Medal. Chief Nurse, Hospital Unit S, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Member, National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW). Published in Catholic News (New York), January 7, 1931.
  225 Spampanato, Aniello,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 257th Infantry, 90th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Marseilles, Illinois. Published in Catholic Bulletin (St. Paul, Minnesota), February 21, 1931.
  226 Spautz, Matthew,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 168th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Cathedral Parish, Dubuque, Iowa. Published in Catholic News (New York), November 9, 1929.
  227 Stegar, Bernard A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 107th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Marlin, Texas. National Catholic News Service release, January 6, 1931.
  228 Steimel, William J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. Engineer, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. John's Parish, Debow, Arkansas. National Catholic News Service release, August 18, 1930.
  229 Stier, Victor,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 339th Infantry, 'Polar Bears,' North Russian Intervention. Resident of both St. Andrew's Parish, Milford, Ohio, and St. George's Parish, Cincinnati, Ohio. Published in The New World, December 6, 1929.
  230 Stifenell, Luch,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 107th Field Artillery, 28th and 37th Divisions, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Saviour Parish, Norristown, Pennsylvania. Published 1933.
  231 Stout, Albert H.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 132nd Infantry, 33rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Joseph's Parish, Cairo, Illinois. Published in the Evangelist, January 29, 1932.
  232 Strakey, George,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 31st Infantry, American Expeditionary Forces to Siberia. Resident of St. Anthony's Parish, Helper, Utah. National Catholic News Service release, November 20, 1930.
  233 Sumner, Charles S.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 372nd Infantry, 93rd Division serving with French 157th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, St. Albans, Vermont. Published in The Record (Louisville, Kentucky), August 20, 1931.
  234 Sweeney, Patrick,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 332nd Infantry, 81st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Cathedral Parish, Chicago, Illinois. Published in The Record (Louisville, Kentucky), July 9, 1931.
  235 Synnott, Joseph A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross. 5th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Nicholas Parish, Passaic, New Jersey. Published in Catholic World, May 4, 1933.
  236 Tappan, James J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 308th Infantry, 77th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Stapleton, New York. Published in New World, October 11, 1929.
  237 Thompson, William J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 165th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, New Brighton, New York. Published in New World, September 6, 1929.
  238 Timothy, James Simmons,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 6th Marines, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Nashville, Tennessee. Published in New World, August 1, 1930.
  239 Tinley, Mathew A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Medal. 168th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis Xavier Parish, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Published in The Record, August 29, 1929.
  240 Turano, John,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 34th Infantry, 42nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Immaculate Conception Parish, Westerly, Rhode Island. Published in The Tidings (Los Angeles, California), July 19, 1929.
  241 Valente, Michael, and Mastline, Joseph,
        Document
        Valente awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor and Mastline the Distinguished Service Cross. Both served in the 107th Infantry of the 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Both were from Cathedral Parish, Ogdensburg, New York. Published in Catholic News (New York), July 18, 1931.
  242 Vallely, Francis P.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 6th Field Artillery, 1st Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Pratt City, Alabama. Published in New World, July 26, 1929.
  243 Vann, John C.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 47th Infantry, 4th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Family Parish, Columbus, Georgia. Published in The Evangelist, April 15, 1932.
  244 Vigliotti, Michael,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 108th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Born in Italy, resident of St. Lucy's Parish, Rochester, New York. National Catholic News Service release, April 21, 1930, and version published 1930.
  245 Vossburgh, Philip De Milo,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 107th Infantry, 27th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, Staten Island, New York. Published in Catholic News, January 28, 1933.
  246 Waite, George T.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 4th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Bruce, South Dakota. National Catholic News Service release, 1930, and version published in Catholic? News, March 1, 1930.
  247 Waite, Robert Shelley,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 7th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Paul's Parish, Birmingham, Alabama. Published in Catholic News, February 20, 1930.
  248 Waldron, Joseph F.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 61st Infantry, 5th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of New Bedford, Massachusetts. Published 1932.
  249 Wheaton, Homer J.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 101st Infantry, 26th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Paul's Parish, Worcester, Massachusetts. Published in The Tablet, February 27, 1929.
  250 Whitcomb, George,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 9th Machine Gun Battalion, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Cathedral Parish, Helena, Montana. Published in The Catholic Telegraph (Cincinnati, Ohio), May 28, 1931.
  251 Whiteman, Ralph A.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 312th Infantry, 78th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Francis Parish, Clearfield, Pennsylvania. National Catholic News Service release, January 12, 1931.
  252 Williams, John F., Jr.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 120th Infantry, 30th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Peter's Parish, Charlotte, North Carolina, and member of Charlotte Council of the Knights of Columbus. Published in New World, August 15, 1930.
  253 Wozniak, Anthony,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 5th Machine Gun Battalion, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Sacred Heart Parish, Cleveland, Ohio. Published in New World, May 2, 1930.
  254 Zambryski, Alexander,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross with Oak Leave Cluster. 9th Infantry, 2nd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Mary's Parish, Worcester, Massachusetts. Published in Catholic News, October 3, 1931.
  255 Zanovitz, Stanley,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 30th Infantry, 3rd Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of Holy Trinity Parish, Nanticoke, Pennsylvania. Published n.d.
  256 Zax, Henry E.,
        Document
        Distinguished Service Cross. 120th Infantry, 30th Division, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF). Resident of St. Ann's Parish, Louisville, Kentucky. Published The Record (Louisville, Kentucky), March 26, 1931.
                       
Series 2: General Subject Files, 1929-1933 (1 Box)
Files related to the production of The Catholic Heroes of the World War series of newspaper columns.
Box Folder
1 257 Alphabetical Index of Servicemen, ca. 1933
        Document
  258 Bureau of Historical Records (NCWC), Annual Reports, 1929-1933
        Document
        Photocopies
  259 Eupolucci, John I., First American Serviceman killed in the World War, from The Record, February 26, 1931,
        Document
        Not part of The Catholic Heroes of the World War series.
  260 'For Every Loyal Catholic,' Announcement for The Catholic Heroes of the World War series published in the Inter-Mountain Catholic (Salt Lake City, Utah), August 3, 1929,
        Document
  261 Newspaper Column Working File, ca. 1929-1933
        Document
        Formerly in two ring binders.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Biographical Files, Alphabetical by Surname, 1928-1933

Series 2: General Subject Files, 1929-1933

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