MBS-WWI New York Officers Group
William H. Kelleher, Jr. enlisted in the New York National Guard in February 1914 and served in Co. H, 23rd Infantry until discharged in November 1917 to accept an Army officer's commission. He served in the 106th Infantry and was twice wounded and earned the CdG. He retired a Captain in 1923 and died in 1958.
His group includes his attributed Mexican Border Service, wrap brooch and original ribbon, rim number 11634. His NY Mexican Border Service with original ribbon, rim numbered 4262, and a broken pin. His New York State WWI Service medal is number 5929. Included with his 1914-1918 French Croix de Guerre are named VFW convention medals, membership medal, a scarce 1927 American Legion dedication medal for a trip to France. There is a 106th Infantry athletic competition official's medal and a very nice gilt and enamel 23rd Infantry, NY NG medal from the 1921 review by President Warren G. Harding. Last is his ribbon bar for Mexican Border, Victory with 5 battle stars, NY Mexican border and NY WW1 Service medals. Some wear.
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