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George Guion Supply Sergeant's Book


Identifier: 00-2017-33-0

Content Description

George Guion's Supply Sergeant's Book (2017-33-0) Seargeant's Book from the Litchfield Light Horse, Battlefields giveaway book, News clipping about a fire in downtown, Litchfield. Correspondence, November 30th, July 1915, proposed to form a platoon of calvary in Litchfield to be known as the "Litchfield Light Horse", abd also a Gun Squad. The supply book contains three pages of names, from Bantam or Litchfield, occupation, date of birth, height and who to call in case of emergency, such as mother, father, wife, cousin or friend. Also one page for a "List of Arms and equipment of Litchfield Light Horse", 1917. One page for "List of Arms and equipment for "First Separate Platoon Cavalry, Commission, CT, State Guard, 1918. A book "Battle Fields Of Today" (revised 1918) is of War Regions of Europe. The newspaper clipping is of a fire in Litchfield, CT downtown when 2 stores were destroyed, Endicott Antique and Mason Gift Shop.


  • Creation: Majority of material found in 1915-1918

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This collection is open for research.


1.00 folders

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Source of Acquisition

Guy Baldwin

Method of Acquisition


Condition Description

Fair, pages are tearing away from the binding, many of the papers edges have yellowed and the map book is very worn and discolored.

George Guion Supply Sergeant's Book
Marcia J. Furman
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Repository Details

Part of the Litchfield Historical Society Repository

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P.O. Box 385
Litchfield CT 06759
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