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Two veterans of World War I pose for a photograph in their uniforms circa 1917 in Calhoun. Eugene Moss (left) and Daniel Tobias Strain (right) were among the first group of men drafted from Gordon County.

~ Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Division of Archives and History, Office of Secretary of State.

Photograph of Paul Gwin, Sugar Valley, Gordon County, Georgia, 1914-1918

Paul Gwin (1893-1918) was killed in World War I and is buried at Sugar Valley. Post No. 47 of the American Legion, located in Calhoun, is named in his honor.

Group of men poses for a photograph before leaving Calhoun for a World War I training camp in 1918. They later saw action in France.

Postcard, 1914-1919. Delbert L. Murphy (left) and J. G. Pye (right) pose for a photograph in their uniforms and in front of their tent during World War I. Murphy was later killed in action and Pye was wounded in the arm. The men were at Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 9th United States Infantry.

~ Vanishing Georgia, Georgia Division of Archives and History, Office of Secretary of State.

 

 

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