F. C. Angus collection

F.C. Angus in uniform with gas mask

Francis C. Angus in uniform with gas mask, 1918.
F.C. Angus in uniform

F.C. Angus in uniform, 1918.
F.C. Angus in uniform

F.C. Angus in uniform wearing helmet and parachute, 1918.
F.C. Angus in uniform wearing captured helmet

F.C. Angus in uniform wearing captured helmet, 1918.
F.C. Angus in uniform

F.C. Angus in uniform, 1918.
F.C. Angus in uniform

F.C. Angus in uniform, 1918.
F.C. Angus in uniform

F.C. Angus in uniform, 1918.
F.C. Angus and his father J.J. Angus

F.C. Angus and his father J.J. Angus, 1918
F.C. Angus at Camp Custer, Michigan

F.C. Angus at Camp Custer, Michigan, 1918.
Soldiers watching high jump at Camp Custer, Michigan

Soldiers watching high jump at Camp Custer, Michigan, 1918.
Soldiers watching broad jump at Camp Custer, Michigan

Soldiers watching broad jump at Camp Custer, Michigan, 1918.
Soldiers watching high jump at Camp Custer, Michigan

Soldiers watching high jump at Camp Custer, Michigan, 1918.

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Title

F. C. Angus collection

Creator

Angus, Donald James (D. J.)

Description

Photographs of Sergeant F.C. Angus, Battery A 328th Field Artillery, American Express Forces, by D. J. Angus. The 328th Field Artillery was one of the last horse drawn Filed Artilleries in combat. The correspondence between Angus, his brother D.J. and his parents took place while he was stationed at Camp Custer, MI, multiple camps in France and Fort Mills, NY during World War I.

Coverage

World War I

Date

1917/1918

Subject

World War, 1914-1918
United States--History, Military
Michigan--History, Military
Soldiers
Military life
United States. Army. Fort Custer (Mich.)
Camp Custer (Mich.)

Publisher

Grand Valley State University. University Libraries. Special Collections & University Archives

Identifier

RHC-60

Language

eng


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