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Name Bunger, Elmer LeRoy, 1890-1969
Born 04/11/1890
Birthplace Humboldt, Richardson County, Nebraska
Father Bunger, John W., 1859-1933
Mother Bunger, Emma Louisa (Mehlin), 1867-1946
Occupation Served in 89th Division, 314th Motor Supply Train, Co. E, during World War I.
Spouse Bunger, Ella Sophia (Osterlund), 1895-1968
Deceased 11/20/1969
Deceased where Upland, Nebraska

Associated Records

Image of RG0834.AM - RG0834 Bunger, Elmer LeRoy, 1890-1969

RG0834.AM - RG0834 Bunger, Elmer LeRoy, 1890-1969

The collection consists of one folder of documents relating to Elmer LeRoy Bunger's military service during World War I. Included are Bunger's notice to appear for physical examination; a certificate appointing him sergeant of Co. E, 314th Supply Train; discharge paperwork; his individual pay record book; a typed circular from Walter C. Cole to the Officers and Men of the 314th Motor Supply Train thanking them for their service and efforts to help end the war; and an address list of members of the 314th Motor Supply Train (presumably just Co. E).

Image of 9995-10-(1) - Haversak, for Mask; Goes W/ 9995-10-2

9995-10-(1) - Haversak, for Mask; Goes W/ 9995-10-2

Carrying Bag for Gas Mask, US Army, World War One. Goes W/ 9995-10-2. Case contains instructions and record card for mask.

Image of 9995-10-(2) - Gas Mask, WWI

9995-10-(2) - Gas Mask, WWI

US Gas Mask, World War One, No Carrying Bag, black cannister, hose, mask, straps.

Image of 9995-18 - Jacket, Service, Em, USA

9995-18 - Jacket, Service, Em, USA

U.S. Army military jacket. Olive drab and made of wool, this standing-collar jacket has four front patch pockets, a five-button and two-metal clasp closure, and shoulder straps. All buttons bear the U.S. crest. Insignia on the left shoulder demonstrates the donor's participation in the 314th Supply Train of the 89th Division. The red chevron on the same sleeve indicates honorable discharge, while the downward-facing chevron shows participation in an overseas theater lasting six months. On the upper right arm, the sergeant stripes are accompanied by a patch denoting rank of "Quartermaster Sergeant Senior Grade M.T.C. (Motor Transport Corps)." The label on the inside pocket reads, "Society Bran