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Supplement


KANSAS CASUALTIES

IN THE

WORLD WAR

1917-1919


REGULAR ARMY
NATIONAL GUARD
NATIONAL ARMY
ENLISTED RESERVE CORPS

Completed records of the soldiers whose names appear in the following list were received from the War Department too late to be included in the original volume. This supplement is arranged in two sections, the first containing records of men whose name and incomplete record are included in the original volume, and the second section containing records of men whose names do not appear in the original volume. In the first section, numerals preceding the name of the soldiers correspond with numerals preceding the same name in original volume. In the second section, the numerals are a continuation of those in original volume.

The names and addresses of relatives of the soldiers whose names appear in this supplement will be found immediately following the records of the soldiers. Corresponding numerals precede the name of the soldier and the name of the relative.

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
TOPEKA, KANSAS,
March 1, 1921.

Transcribed from Supplement KANSAS CASUALTIES in the WORLD WAR, 1917-1919: Regular Army, National Guard, National Army, Enlisted Reserve Corps, Adjutant General's Office, Topeka, Kansas, March 1, 1921, printed by Kansas State Printing Plant, Imri Zumwalt, State Printer, Topeka. 1921. 8-6059


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