Announcement of an encampment of Spanish War veterans at Fruitville, Missouri in 1913.
From the February 17, 1899 Skidmore Standard: The Soldiers are Home The Fourth Reg. Mo. Vol. has been mustered out and most of the boys have returned home. Of the seven who enlisted from Skidmore, five have returned. Walter Baldwin… Read moreSoldiers are Home, 1899
From the July 11, 1918 Skidmore New Era: Skidmore Boy Wounded A message was received at Skidmore Monday afternoon, conveying official information to John V. Smith that his son, James H. Smith of Co. E. 159 Inf. had been severely… Read moreSkidmore Boy Wounded
From the July 5, 1913 Skidmore New Era: Entitled to go to Gettysburg Skidmore has two soldiers and Graham one who were entitled to go as guests of their country to the big reunion and dedication now going on at… Read moreEntitled to go to Gettysburg
From the April 23, 1914 Skidmore New Era: Writes Home From Navy Jesse Barrett, who is on one of Uncle Sam’s fighting machines in the naval yards at Bremerton, Washington, writes his mother, Mrs. Henry Barrett of Skidmore, on April… Read moreJesse Barrett Writes Home
From the April 4, 1918 Skidmore News, page 4: Will Be Balloon Man Fort Omaha, March 27, 1918 Skidmore News: I received the paper this morning. Was sure glad to get it as I can tell what is going on… Read moreLetters Home: John Aldridge, Balloon Man
From the September 2, 1898 Skidmore Standard, page 6: The Soldier Boys Several of the soldiers of Co. B, 4th Regiment came home, Sunday. They left Camp Meade, Pa. Sunday evening. They are off for a 30 days furlough, and… Read moreThe Soldier Boys