US WW1 Era, 114th Field Artillery, 30th Division Tunic
Below: Tunic of a Wagoneer in 114th Field Artillery, Tennessee National Guard, 30th Division (Old Hickory). The tunic has a red discharge stripe and one overseas chevron on the left side and a Wagoneer patch on the right side. The 30th Division patch is a circle representing the O for old and the sideways H for hickory, a reference to President/General Andrew Jackson. The XXX marks are the Roman numerals for thirty.
Below: The 114th Field Artillery Regiment was a part of Tennessee National Guard. The Wagoner's tunic most likely came from Supply Company. Many of the men of this company were from Memphis, Nashville, and Clarksville
This is a link for the History of the 114th Field Artillery: https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=nyp.33433081860854;view=1up;seq=140
Below: Right side of the 114th FA tunic. The Waggoneer’s Patch is sewn on midway up the sleeve
Below: Waggoner patch
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