36th Division in World War I

Chapter VII:
Marking Time at Tonnerre
Continued

FOOTNOTES

1 [203] First Lieutenant R. F. Munger to G-3, November 23, 1918, Historical File, and other miscellaneous documents related to the November, 1918, march to the 16th Training Area, in Historical File and Personnel War Experiences, Supplemental File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Daily Oklahoman, April 6, 13, 1919; Star-Telegram, January 12, 1919; Spence, "History of the Thirtysixth," 339-340, 464-475; Jary (ed.), Camp Bowie, 80; Chastaine, Story of the 36th, 248-249, 257; Barnes, 142nd Infantry, 46-47.

2Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 340-341; Chastaine, Story of the 36th, 257-260; Daily Oklahoman, April 6, 1919; Arrow Head, March 21, 1919; Regimental History of the 111th Regiment Engineers and miscellaneous documents related to training in Historical File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives.

3Vandiver, Life and Times of John J. Pershing, 11, 1000-1014; Fosdick, Autobiography, 175-186; Frothingham, American Reinforcement in the World War, 337-340; Crowell and Wilson, Demobilization, 9-10; Cutchins and Stewart, History of the Twenty-ninth Division, 247-265; George H. English, Jr., History of the 89th Division, U.S.A. (n.p., 1920), 270-280; Barnes, 142nd Infantry, 47; Hart, Company K, 141-145; Daily Oklahoman, April 13, 27, 1919.

4Arrow Head, February 27, March 6, 13, 21,28, April 4,11, 18, 25, May 2,1919; Pershing, My Experiences in the World War, I, 317-318.

5Arrow Head, February 27, 1919; Stars and Stripes, February 28, 1919. Copies of the newspaper issues cited here were preserved by Private White and are now in possession of the author. A file of the World War I Stars and Stripes is in the private collection of Jay A. Matthews, Jr., Austin, Texas.

6Daily Oklahoman, March 6, April 14, 1919; Star-Telegram, March 18, 1919.

7Stars and Stripes, November 22, December 27, 1918, January 3, 1919; Arrow Head, February 27, March 6, 13, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 1919; Star-Telegram, June 4, 1919; Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 343-344, 352. It may be of some interest to note that 100 French francs were at this time the equivalent of about 17 American dollars. The French centime was the 100th part of a franc. The Stars and Stripes, which sold for 50 centimes or 10 cents, made slightly more from purchases with American money than those with French.

8Arrow Head, March 6, 13, 21, 28, April 4, May 2, 1919; Stars and Stripes, February 21, 28, March 7, April 4, 1919; Star-Telegram, January 27, March 9, 1919; Daily Oklahoman, June 16, 1918, April 27, 1919; Statesman, March 30, 1919; English, 89th Division, 270-274; Cutchins and Stewart, History of the Twenty-ninth Division, 251-252; Memorandums Nos. 97 and 143, February 28, March 27, 1919, Headquarters, 36th Division, Personnel War Experiences, Supplemental File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Football program, 36th vs. 7th, Tillman Collection, Archives, Texas State Library, Austin.

9Arrow Head, February 27, March 6, 13, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2,1919; Daily Oklahoman, May 11, 1919; Fosdick, Autobiography, 169-171, 182-183; Unnumbered Memorandum, February 19, 1919, Headquarters, 36th Division, Historical File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Spence, [205] "History of the Thirty-sixth," 345-346; Letter of John A. White, October 21, 1918, in possession of author; Questionnaire of Sergeant Charles H. Powell, World War I Survey, 36th Division, U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.

10Arrow Head, March 28, 1919; Star-Telegram, April 15, 1919; Daily Oklahoman, April 6, 1919; Memorandum No. 136, March 24,1919, and Bulletin No. 2, April 23, 1919, Headquarters, 36th Division, Personnel War Experiences, Supplemental File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 341-342, 350-352; Chastaine, Story of the 36th, 260; Fosdick, Autobiography, 171; Letter of John A. White, February 9, 1919, in possession of author.

11Arrow Head, March 13, 21, 1919; Bulletin No. 7, February 24, 1919, Headquarters, 36th Division, Personnel War Experiences, Supplemental File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 344-345.

12Arrow Head, February 27, March 6, 2 1, April 4, 11, 25, 1919; Star-Telegram, January 9, February 11, March 10, April 13, May 25, 1919; Chamonix Carte Postale packet sent home by Private White, in possession of author; Memorandum No. 119, March 14, 1919, Headquarters, 36th Division, Personnel War Experiences, Supplemental File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; James A. Sprenger and Franklin S. Edmonds (eds.), The Leave Areas of the American Expeditionary Forces, 1918-1919; Records and Memories (Philadelphia, 1928), 1-52, 111-113; Fosdick, Autobiography, 169; Pershing, My Experiences in the World War, 1, 108; Palmer, Pershing, 143-144; Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 346.

13Arrow Head, February 27, March 13, 21, 28, 1919; Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 346.

14Arrow Head, March 21, April 4, 1919.

15Colonel James to Major Burges, February 2, 1918[1919], Burges Papers, Archives, University of Texas; Arrow Head, May 2,1919; Memorandum of Major Moore to All Unit Commanders, April 25, 1919, Headquarters, 36th Division, Personnel War Experiences, Supplemental File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archvies. A copy of the Arrow Head booklet, spelled Arrowhead thereon, is in the Tillman Collection, Archives, Texas State Library, Austin. The copy purchased by Private White is in possession of the author.

16Arrow Head, February 27, April 25, 1919; American Battle Monuments Commission, American Armies and Battlefields in Europe; A History, Guide, and Reference Book, 346-35 1.

17Arrow Head, March 21, 28, April 4, 25, May 2,1919; Star-Telegram, April 23, 1919; Daily Oklahoman, June 10, 1919; Unnumbered Memorandum, May 1, 1919, Statistical Section, Headquarters, 36th Division, HQ, Decimal File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 348-349, 361, 578-587; March, The Nation At War, 318-319.

18Barth to Spence, January 9, 1919, Headquarters, 142nd Infantry, Services of the Thirty-sixth Division, July, 1918, to May, 1919, Historical File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Daily Oklahoman, April 20, 1919; Chastaine, Story of the 36th, 127-129.

19Arrow Head, April 11, 25, 1919.

20 [206] Arrow Head, April 11, 18, 1919; Memorandum for Organization Commanders, April 10, 1919, Headquarters, 36th Division, Personnel War Experiences, Supplemental File, 36th Division, AEF Records, RG 120, National Archives; Spence, "History of the Thirty-sixth," 346-347, 478; Vandiver, Life and Times of John J. Pershing, 11, 1000-1001.

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Panthers to Arrowheads: The 36th (Texas-Oklahoma) Division In World War I
by Lonnie J. White
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