US WORLD WAR ONE VETERANS REUNION BADGE FOR THE 101ST US INFANTRY

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During World War One the 101st US Infantry was made up of National Guardsmen from the state of Massachusetts. The regiment served as part of the 26th “Yankee” Division in France from 1917 to 1918. The 26th was the first National Guard Division to deploy to France.

The 101st took part in stopping the German Spring Offensive of 1918, the Third Battle of the Aisne, Second Battle of the Marne as well as the St. Mihiel and Muse-Argonne Offensives.

The top of the ribbon has a brass Massachusetts state seal consisting of a shield with an Indian with star at center and a raised arm holding a sword above it. The shield is surrounded on three sides by a riband with the state motto. This surmounts an empty brass rectangle that was meant to hold a typed paper label with the owner’s name.

Attached to the rectangle is a 4.00 inch long half white and half blue ribbon with “GUEST” in silver ink at top followed by “REUNION OLD COMRADES STATE MUSTER FIELD FRAMINGHAM MASS. – AUSPICES 101ST INF. A.E.F. VETS SEP. 8-9-10 1933.”    [ad] [ph:L]

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