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Cl Kendall J. Fielder, US Army
Cl Kendall J. Fielder, US Army
McClelland Barclay
Accession Number: 85-236-V
Original work: Conte Crayon on Paper
Original size: 17 by 14 inches

Colonel General Staff Corps Kendall J. Fielder - USA Know by all his friend[s] "Wooch" a nickname given him by sport-writers when he was a star foot-ball player at Georgia Tech - captain 1915-1916. Commanded machine company of the 7th Division in the last war - fought in two major operations - including Meuse - Argonne. Before Dec 7th it was his duty to know entire situation regarding the foreign element in Hawaii. Particularly to counter moves made by the Japanese on the islands. Altho [sic], sabatage [sic] and a stab in the back by the large Japanese population was expected and feared - it did not materialize -there were not any proven attempts at sabatage [sic]. Principle[sic] hobbies - slight-of-hand majic [sic] and golf. Plays golf in the low 70's. Is one of the topmost amateur majicians [sic] and can entertain his friends for unlimited periods with his astonishing repetoir [sic] of tricks. From Atlanta George [sic] born 1895.

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