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John A. Gersic

John A. Gersic
Date: 1917 ?
This photograph shows John A. Gersic standing in uniform. Gersic lived in Kansas City, Kansas, at 266 N 5th St. He served in Bat. C. 129th Field Artillery during World War I.


John A Gersic biography

John A Gersic biography
Creator: Gersic, Mrs. Joseph
Date: February 26, 1919
Mrs. Joseph Gersic, mother of John A. Gersic, writes a brief history of John's life and service in the U. S. Army during World War I. Gersic served in Battery C 129th Field Artillery.


John A. Gersic to Mrs. Joseph Gersic

John A. Gersic to Mrs. Joseph Gersic
Creator: Gersic, John A. 1897-1918
Date: June 16, 1918
John A. Gersic writes a letter to his mother from an unknown location in France. Gersic lived in Kansas City, Kansas, at 266 N 5th St. He served in Bat. C. 129th Field Artillery during World War I.


John A. Gersic to Mrs. Joseph Gersic

John A. Gersic to Mrs. Joseph Gersic
Creator: Gersic, John A. 1897-1918
Date: June 6, 1918
John A. Gersic writes a letter to his mother while in England. Gersic lived in Kansas City, Kansas, at 266 N 5th St. He served in Bat. C. 129th Field Artillery during World War I.


Michael B. Gaynor

Michael B. Gaynor
Date: 1917 ?
This photograph shows Michael B. Gaynor in his Navy uniform. Gaynor was a member of the crew of the S. S. Lucia and was killed October 18, 1918.


Michael B. Gaynor to his father

Michael B. Gaynor to his father
Creator: Gaynor, Michael B. d.1918
Date: 1918 ?
Michael B. Gaynor writes his father while at sea during World War I. Gaynor was killed in October 1918.


United States Shipping Board to Michael B. Gaynor

United States Shipping Board to Michael B. Gaynor
Creator: United States. Shipping Board. Recruiting Service.
Date: August 10, 1918
This letter from the U. S. Navy Shiiping Board informs Michael B. Gaynor of his admittance to the Marine Engineering School. Gaynor subsequntly wrote a brief history of his service on the back of the letter. Gaynor was a member of the crew of the S. S. Lucia and was killed October 18, 1918.


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