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WWI US 35th Division Named Purple Heart Grouping

1 US ARMY WWI 35th DIV. Named Purple Heart Grouping 'Uniform-Medals/Painted Helmet'; Uniform of Pvt. C. Leonard Schoeck having 1918 San Francisco Depot tag and all original insignia to including a great Wool 35th Div Patch his M1917 helmet having double-painted 35th Division insignia complete with liner & chinstrap; (4) Medal grouping to include his original Named & Numbered Purple Heart, Victory medal w/2 bars, 1930 35th Div Reunion medal & VFW Post Commander medal; also comes with his VFW Post 1881 side cap. A great well documented grouping, comes with copy of his discharge showing he was Gassed while with Battery A, 128th Field Artillery, 35th Division. Also includes pages of ancestry paperwork. Schoeck was originally from Kansas and died in Cheyenne, Wyoming May 16th, 1972. -SOLD



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