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Admin/Biog History Otto Suess was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin October 10, 1890. He worked as a shipping clerkprior to enlisting in Company F, 2nd Wisconsin National Guard. He tranferred with the rest of the company to the US Army and was assigned to Company C, 150th Machine Gun Battalion. He was later assigned to the Headquarters Detachment. He was promoted to Private First Class and Corporal. He survived the war and returned April 28, 1919.
Collection World War I Small Collections
Dates of Accumulation January 10, 1919
Abstract Program for the "Field Day of the 83rd Infantry Brigade" held at Remagen. Lists athletic events and competions held between the different units in the brigade. Used by Private Otto Suess, Company C, 150th Machine Gun Battalion.
Event World War I
Category 8: Communication Artifact
Legal Status Oshkosh Public Museum
Object ID SC411.10.16.7
Object Name Program
People Suess, Otto
Subjects World War I
150th Machine Gun Battalion
42nd Division
Competition entries
Track athletics
Tug of war
Title Program
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