Welcome to the 407th Telegraph Battalion on Their Return from France, Under the Auspices of The Telephone Society, New York, Friday, May Second, Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen. Originally consisted of telephone men from the Manhattan-Bronx-Westchester and Long Island Divisions. The battalion was sent to Camp Alfred Vail, Little Silver, New Jersey, for its training, in June, 1917.
Names in this online transcription include Allen, Allender, Anderson, Andrew, Antrim, Arneson, Asklund, Atchison, Atterbury, Ayres, Bailey, Bangs, Bantleman, Bartley, Bassler, Bautleman, Beer, Bell, Bennett, Bergen, Berkshire, Bishop, Blahnik, Boehning, Bogue, Bolt, Boome, Borges, Boylan, Boyle, Brengel, Brown, Brownholtz, Bruckner, Bruhley, Bruley, Bryant, Buhler, Butler, Cadle, Cano, Chrisman, Clark, Cloud, Colby, Collins, Conklin, Conrad, Crawley, Cullington, Cunningham, Dahn, Davies, Davis, Day, Dean, Decker, Delaney, Demarais, Desmarais, Dillon, Dircks, Donohue, Dowling, Duckwall, Duffy, Dusenberry, Eelman, Emendorfer, Eschholz, Farrell, Feaster, Feeley, Ferris, Finan, Finch, Fischer, Fisher, Flany, Foresman, Forker, Fox, Frank, Frey, Garisch, Garmen, Geosits, Gerisch, Gibbs, Gill, Gilloon, Glendening, Grace, Graham, Green, Grimshaw, Grosser, Groth, Haggerty, Halliday, Halvorsen, Hammett, Hansen, Harrington, Hawley, Hearn, Heenan, Helm, Hendricks, Henretta, Henry, Hesse, Hessian, Hill, Hoberg, Hoffman, Hollberg, Holton, Hommick, Hudson, Huff, Irwin, Jackson, Johanson, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Jordan, Joyce, Junkait, Jutting, Kaiser, Kavanagh, Kearney, Keating, Kelly, Kent, Kerby, Kerr, Kindschi, Kingman, Knoblauch, Kosar, Kurtz, La Roe, Lahm, Laing, Larsen, Le More, Lewis, Long, Loomis, Lozier, Lum, Lynch, Macy, Mann, Martin, Mastin, Matheson, McCament, McCormack, McCracken, McElroy, McGinnis, McIntyre, McKay, McKeon, McLaughlin, McLean, Mellinger, Meyendick, Mikolajewski, Miller, Moir, Moller, Monett, Monty, Moody, Moran, Morgan, Mortensen, Muller, Murphy, Murtagh, Nash, Newbatt, Niemeyer, O'Connor, O'Sullivan, Oates, Ollweiler, Olsen, Overington, Paul, Petersen, Phelps, Pilkington, Pinckney, Purple, Quinn, Reddy, Reoch, Rhoades, Rhodes, Riley, Ritchie, Roberts, Roche, Rogow, Ruggiero, Sample, Sanford, Saunders, Schaer, Schneider, Scholl, Schultz, Schumacher, Seley, Sendall, Shakeshaft, Shearer, Slater, Slayton, Smith, Snyder, Stannard, Stelling, Stephens, Stevenson, Stitt, Strack, Strandberg, Sturgeon, Sullivan, Swanson, Syversen, Syverson, Tapp, Thompson, Tobey, Tobin, Toner, Toomey, Topping, Towt, Trautmann, Traver, Tweedale, Urdahn, Van Molle, Van Winkle, Venners, Walsh, Wanamaker, Webb, Weed, Wellner, Wendt, Werdann, West, Whipple, Whyte, Wilke, Wilson, Wolfle, Womeldurf, Wood, Young.
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