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Name World War I

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Image of 2001.001.1016 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1016 - Print, Photographic

Per Johan Noren and three sons. Left to right: Harry, Walter and Tom at the grave of another son, Pvt. Oscar Noren (60th Infantry, 5th Division) who was killed on September 26, 1918, in Argonne Forest, France, in combat during World War I. All four sons served in WWI, but only one was killed. John and Hilda Noren had 8 children in all. Photo taken at Palm Valley Lutheran Church Cemetery, 1918. Harry, Walter, and Tom wore their army uniforms and served as Oscar's pallbearers.

Image of 2001.001.1045 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1045 - Print, Photographic

John W. Bryson (1894-1952) in World War I uniform.

Image of 2001.001.1082 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1082 - Print, Photographic

The Hour of Victory, November 11, 1918, Armistice Day in Granger

Image of 2001.001.1146 - Print, Photographic

2001.001.1146 - Print, Photographic

World War I aviator, possibly in France. Ed Bartosh was the son of Valentine and Filomena Bartosh of Granger. He later worked in the Oklahoma oil fields.