Finding aid for the Dudley J. Hard Photographs

Repository: Western Reserve Historical Society
Creator: previous hit Hard, Dudley next hit J.
Title: previous hit Dudley J. Hard next hit Photographs
Dates: 1898-1931
Extent: 0.40 linear feet (1 container)
Abstract: previous hit Dudley J. Hard next hit (1872-1950) was a Cleveland, Ohio, businessman and soldier. He was a member of Cleveland's Troop A, serving with the First Squadron Ohio Cavalry during the Mexican border dispute of 1916-17, and with the 135th Field Artillery in France during World War I, commanding the unit from Aug. 1917 to Apr. 1919. He retired a brigadier general in 1936. His father, Curtis V. Hard, of Wooster, Ohio, served as a colonel in the 8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Cuban campaign of 1898. The collection consists of portraits of Colonel previous hit Dudley J. Hard next hit and views of Troop A, the 8th Ohio Cavalry, the 107th Cavalry, and the 135th Field Artillery Regiment at various camps and during the Spanish American War, World War I, Mexican border duty, and in the 1920s and 1930s. Also included are views of President William McKinley's funeral in Canton, Ohio, 1901, and unidentified strikers, ca. 1920.
PG Number PG 245
Location: closed stacks
Language: The records are in English