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This is an index of those in service of Camp Travis, Texas in World War I


This is an index to the serviceman who served in Camp Travis TX during WWI. There over 19,000 individuals recording with the following information included: name, rank, unit staff, company, page #.

Extended Description

Indexed by Debra F. Graden form the original book located at the C. A. R. L. Library at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Copies of the page may be obtained by sending $1.00 and a LSASE (large self-addressed stamped envelope) to Grey Ink, P. O. Box 281, Leavenworth, Kansas 66048-0281.

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