Original U.S. WWI Grouping Lieutenant Stephen T. Baily 325th Artillery Battalion
Original Items: One-of-a-kind set. This original owner of this set Stephen T. Baily was a 2nd Lieutenant in the 325th FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION 84th INFANTRY DIVISION. The 325th Regiment of Field Artillery was organized as part of the 159th Field Artillery Brigade, 84th Division, at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky, in August and September, 1917. It remained in training at that camp until September 3, 1918, when it entrained for Camp Mills, arriving at the later station, September 5, 1918. The regiment sailed September 9, 1918, from Brooklyn, N. Y., on the S.S. "Canada" and arrived at Glasgow, Scotland, September 21, 1918. It entrained here on the same date for Winchester, England, where it went into temporary camp on September 22, 1918. The 325th Field Artillery left England on September 26, 1918, sailing from Southampton and disembarded at Le Havre, France, September 28, from whence it proceeded to Camp de Souges near Bordeaux, France.
Enclosed in this original WWI grouping are the following:
French made WWI army wool tunic with Lieutenant bars and 84th Infantry Division shoulder insignia- Size 38 in excellent condition. With French tailor label.
WWI army wool trousers.
WWI overseas side cap with red piping and Lieutenant insignia.
Original Dog Tags that read: Stephen T. Baily 2nd LIEUT. U.S.A. 168465
This is a wonderful condition uniform with dog tags from a well known regiment for an Officer in the artillery during the Great War!
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