THE EVENING RECORD


January 2, 1919
ARTICLE

 

SAYS CAPTAIN
DOREMUS WAS
A BRAVE MAN

 

Sergt. “Bobby” Tells of Commander's
Devotion to Company C. Boys.

GUN SNIPER RESPONSIBLE

 Sergt. “Bobby” Rinker, who was with Capt. Harry B. Doremus just before his death, and who mailed to
Mrs. Doremus the last words of the Captain in a note book, writes interestingly to Charles MacGowan, and
praises Capt. Doremus for his bravery and his devotion to his boys.

France, Nov. 29, 1918

Friend Charlie; ---- This is the day after Thanksgiving ----- \

NOTE: The rest of the article did not copy well off the micro film and is unreadable at this time.

 

Harry B. Doremus was KIA on October 27, 1918 and articles, such as this, were still appearing in the paper after the first of the year telling of the Captain's bravery and his devotion to his men.