National Headquarters: Indianapolis, Indiana  1944:  Past National President Mrs. James Morris (38-39) and National President Mrs. Charles Gilbert stand near the painting St. Nazaire Memorial which portrays the statue marking the spot where the first American troops landed in France during World War I.

National Headquarters: Indianapolis, Indiana  1944:  Past National President Mrs. James Morris (38-39) and National President Mrs. Charles Gilbert stand near the painting St. Nazaire Memorial which portrays the statue marking the spot where the first American troops landed in France during World War I.

National Convention: Chicago, Illinois  November 18-21, 1945: States Dinner - l to r  Miss Mary Bales (Ernie Pyle’s aunt) and Mademoiselle Samea Seymour, president of Paris, France Unit #1.

National Convention: Chicago, Illinois  November 18-21, 1945: States Dinner - l to r  Miss Mary Bales (Ernie Pyle’s aunt) and Mademoiselle Samea Seymour, president of Paris, France Unit #1.

In Memorial Hospital No. 90, at Muskogee Okla. This veteran has three dependents, who were being aided by local charities until he was able to help them himself by making the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary poppies. He is unable to make them entirely by himself, but depends on assistance from his buddies in the ward with him..

In Memorial Hospital No. 90, at Muskogee Okla. This veteran has three dependents, who were being aided by local charities until he was able to help them himself by making the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary poppies. He is unable to make them entirely by himself, but depends on assistance from his buddies in the ward with him..