I ran across images of a WW I service medal presented by St Louis, Missouri to the members of the 12th Engineer Regiment (Narrow Gauge Railway) at the completion of the formal ceremonies prior to the victory parade in a 1919 dated history devoted to that regiment.
The relevant text stated that:
"At the completion of this ceremony every man and officer was presented with a bronze medal by the Engineers' Club and the Railway Club in the name of the citizen's of St. Louis and in appreciation of the splendid record made by the command throughout the war."
History of the 12th Engineers, U.S. Army, 1919, page 232
The text was accompanied by an image of soldiers marching wearing the medal as well a photos of the front and the back of the actual medal. The obverse reads: "THE CALL 1917" & "12th ENGINEERS RAILWAY".
The reverse reads: "PRESENTED TO" - followed by a space to engrave the recipient's name - "BY THE CITIZENS OF SAINT LOUIS IN RECOGNITION OF SERVICE IN FRANCE 1917-1919"
I was wondering if anyone post a color image of the medal?