Rosters of the U.S. Army Spruce Squadrons of the First World War

Partial Roster of the 43rd Spruce Squadron

People often email to me, asking if I have rosters of the Spruce Squadrons who served in the First World War in Washington and Oregon. For the most part, I do not, and generally cannot connect a soldier's name with a particular unit. See my Spruce Squadron history page for general information about these units that served in the U. S. in 1918.

There is an article on Wikipedia that discusses the Spruce Production Division history and operations .

The Wikipedia article mentions that:

At the U.S. National Archives in Seattle, there are approximately 187 cubic feet (5.3 m3) of records related to the division, as well as "a complete roster of all military personnel in the Spruce Production Division as of 1 November 1918."[5]

The reference given with this statement is: article about the National Archives material describing the Spruce Squadrons.

Here are the rosters that I do have, stored as PDF files:

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Updated April 21, 2019