gas masks African American Soldiers 1 Mule Rearing doughboys with mules The pilots Riveters pilots in dress uniforms African American Officers

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Herbert A. RUTHENBERG
Corp., 332nd Inf.
, Machine Gun Company
submitted by his grandson, David Drabold

Ohio Soldiers RUTHENBERG Herbert

HERBERT RUTHENBERGHERBERT A. RUTHENBERG was born Oct. 31, 1893 to Wilhelm F Ruthenberg and Frances Nolte in Akron, Ohio. He enlisted on 5 Nov 1917, and served in the Machine Gun Company 332 Infantry to Discharge and concluded his service with the rank of Corporal 27 June 1918. He was in the Vittorio-Veneto; Defensive Sector. American Expeditionary Forces 8 June 1918 to 14 Apr 1919. Honorable discharge 5 May 1919.

In 1927, he married Lillian C. Hofer.  They had two daughters, Florence (1928-2004) and Marjorie (1930-1986) and lived in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.  He worked at B F Goodrich as a police Lieutenant.  He died 14 Feb. 1953 in Akron.

RUTHENBERG Herbert WWI Draft Registration June 5 1917   RUTHENBERG Herbert-From Draft Board

RUTHENBERG Herbert MG Co 332nd   Promotions RUTHENBERG Herbert 27June1918 FRANCE
RUTHENBERG Herbert day pass Italy Aug4 1918   Gas Masks RUTHENBERG Herbert

RUTHENBERG Herbert-FIELD MESSAGE 6NOV1918

RUTHENBERG Herbert-MG Co 332nd-diary 1 RUTHENBERG Herbert MG Co 332nd Diary 2
RUTHENBERG Herbert MG Co 332nd with Italian SoldiersCorp. Herbert RUTHENBERG, MG Co 332nd Infantry with a group of Italian & American Soldiers (Corp. Ruthenberg is the tall soldier in the top row-center)RUTHENBERG Herbert-MG Co, 332nd Inf-note 24Dec1918   RUTHENBERG Herbert-MG Co, 332nd Inf-Company Citation / Commendation

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