Mrs. Delmar H. Robinson Sr. Collection

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Room
Handley Regional Library / Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

Mrs. Delmar H. Robinson Sr. Collection, 640 WFCHS

Scope and Content: This collection contains Army papers and news clippings of Lt. Eugene Carroll during World War I. It also contains genealogical notes of the Eddy family and a muster roll of the Illinois Mounted Volunteers dated May 26, 1832. Also contained in this collection are genealogical notes of the Powell family including Civil War, pension, and bible records.
(1 box) Last updated 06/07.

Cite As: Mrs. Delmar H. Robinson Collection, 640 WFCHS, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

Organization:

Box 1

Carroll, Lt. Eugene—World War I, 16 items, manuscript, typescript, printed
France Our Ally, by B. Van Vorst, YMCA booklet
Small leather address book, 3-ring loose leaf with alphabetical tabs on the side
Army v. Navy football game stub for Nov. 28, no year given, in London
1 landing card for casual officers, dated Jan. 24, 1918
1 re-embarkation card for casual officers
2 bills from American Red Cross Hospital No. 22, Lancaster Gate, London, dated Sept. 15 and Sept. 22, 1918
News article about Lt. Eugene Carroll in The Spencer News-Herald (Spencer, Iowa), dated Jan. 23, 1919, unnumbered print (photocopy)
News article about Lt. Eugene Carroll in The Des Moines Register, dated Feb. 2, 1919, unnumbered print (photocopy)
News article written by Lt. Eugene Carroll in The Spencer News-Herald, dated Nov. 20, 1918, unnumbered print
24-hour leave permit for Lt. Eugene Carroll in Winchester, England, dated Dec. 18, 1918, print, carbon copy
Transportation request for Lt. Eugene Carroll from Winchester to London and return
Carte-lettre from E. Carroll to Mrs. Chars. Carroll, 706 Gregory Pl., Urbana, Ill., dated March 19, 1918, 3 small leaves
Memo from Eugene Carroll to Commanding Officer, 2nd Battalion, 118 Inf. American E.F. regarding Permission to wear war service chevron, dated July 8, 1918
Note that reads that Lt. Carroll is returned from duty from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M., dated Apr. 26, 1918
News article – Charles Carroll kin dead in Paris at 72—Countess Jean de Kergorlay was great-great-granddaughter of signer of Declaration
Special orders from Headquarters 39th Division, American Expeditionary Forces, France, June 7, 1918, contains rifle company assignments, which lists Lt. Eugene Carroll, 2 leaves, print
1 page, mimeograph instructions "What a battalion commander should know when taking over a battalion front line system."

Eddy Family Genealogical Notes, 2 leaves, typescript; 1 leaf, manuscript

Powell Family Genealogical Material—primarily pension applications—Jasper and William Powell, unnumbered items, manuscript, typescript

Russell, Capt. Bailey—Company, Illinois Mounted Volunteers—Muster Roll—May 26, 1832, 3 leaves, typescript