Mr. Campbell was born in Argentina and was working as a salesman in Latin America, listing "Colt's Arms" in Hartford as his residence. This record includes only the Questionnaire, but it is well filled, including this conclusion: might, without right, has neither honour, glory, nor flag.
Gassed "slightly" in 1918, Mr. Case writes "I was continually at the front with my organization with the exception of the couple weeks after the 2nd Battle of the Marne...." He was discharged as a sergeant. Mr. Case died in 1984. This record includes notes added to the Questionnaire by Mr. Case.
Read Transcripts of Documents:
- Maynard, Sep 24, 1918 letter to brother
- Maynard, Oct 2, 1918 letter to brother
- Maynard, Oct 10, 1918 Letter to Mother
- Maynard, Nov 4, 1918 letter to Mother
- Maynard, Nov 4, 1918 letter to brother
"We are in the range of the big guns and they can be heard very plain from here. Well since leaving the hospital I have put about twenty days in the front line. ... We have had some real hard times during that time you bet...."
Sgt. Maynard was killed on November 11, 1918. He is buried in France.