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Newspaper, Stars and Stripes, Vol. 1, No. 21, Friday, June 28, 1918. Official paper of the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF), published from France. Articles focus on wartime and military activities; also includes comic strips, advertisements, and…

Fabric side panel from an unidentified aircraft, showing the Kicking Mule insignia of the 95th Aero Squadron during World War I, circa 1918.

Black-and-white portrait of Ray M. Grimshaw, November 3, 1969. Image was used for his obituary and has date stamped on reverse. Inscription on verso: Grimshaw. Return to Holmans, [street address in Portland, Oregon]. Mon 3rd, Ed Grimshaw. Obit 1/2…

Newspaper clipping announcing funeral services for Ray M. Grimshaw, circa November 1969. From an unknown publication.

Newspaper clipping of obituary for Ray M. Grimshaw, November 3, 1969. From an unknown publication.

Newspaper clipping from unknown publication announcing Ray M. Grimshaw's death, November 3, 1969. Provides details of Ray's life, including his professional work in the tire industry and his World War I service as part of the 95th Aero Squadron.…

Letter from United States Senator Mark O. Hatfield to Dan Grimshaw (Ray's son), postmarked November 12, 1969. Expresses condolences at the loss of his father. Includes envelope.

A soldier standing with a SPAD XIII (S.13) biplane (number 15) of the 95th Aero Squadron. The squadron's Kicking Mule emblem is visible on the fuselage.

A soldier standing with a SPAD XIII (S.13) biplane.

A soldier standing with a Nieuport 28 C1 biplane of the 95th Aero Squadron. The squadron's Kicking Mule emblem is visible on the fuselage.
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