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Joseph Douglas Bruer
Joseph Douglas Bruer
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 Contained in an album at the Dorchester Historical Society of about 150 photos kept by Nathaniel R. Perkins, MD, who examined thousands of men who were going into the war, 1914-1918. Given by Mrs N. R. Perkins in accordance with instructions from her late husband, Dr. Nathaniel P. Perkins of 1122 Adams St, Dorchester. Index catalog has entries for the individuals.

Joseph Douglas Bruer 19 Edwin Street, 101st Ammunition Train Co B France joined militia coast artillery 11th Co 1915 and mobilized with National Guard and went to Fort Andrews volunteered for one year service in ammunition train Sailed overseas Oct. 2, 1917 E.F. France

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Created: July 31, 2012   Modified: August 5, 2012