Grave of Lieutenant Charles Evan Hurlbutt

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Collection Charles Evan Hurlbutt
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Description Gelatin print on postcard of the Grave of Lieutenant Charles Evan Hurlbutt.
Year Range from 1918
Event World War I
Year range to 1920
Medium Photographic Paper/Ink
Notes Outddor view of the Grave of Lieutenant Charles Evan Hurlbutt. It is a simple wooden cross with his name, rank, unit and date of death. It is in a large military cemetery with other markers.
Charles Evan Hurlbutt was born in Oshkosh on September 16, 1892, the son of Grant and Hannah Williams Hurbutt. He graduated in 1917 from Officer's Training School at Fort Sheridan, IL and was assigned as a 2nd Lieutenant to Company K, 23rd United States Infantry, 2nd Division. He was killed in action in July 1918. His body was returned from France and burried at Riverside Cemetery, Block 137, Lot 6.
Object ID P1935.16.5
Object Name Print, Photographic
People Hurlbutt, Charles Evan
Place France
Print size 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"
Subjects Portrait photographs
World War I
Title Grave of Lieutenant Charles Evan Hurlbutt
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