Hello, after searching for my family's military uniforms, I finally found the uncle who had them. I went over to his house and I was blown away that they were intact with their ribbons, patches, and insignia. I was so happy they were still in the family and not in an antique store somewhere. Until then, it was always a mystery where they served and with who. Immediately I recognized the patches and the search for my family history was on a new level. My great great Grandfather William Lund served in Co. G, 102nd Infantry Regiment of the 26th Infantry Division in WWI. He survived the war and went to work as a miner in the Upper Peninsula. My great grandfather, Alvin Ayotte served in the 123rd Infantry Regiment of the 33rd Infantry Division. My uncle said he was a machine gunner and was shot in the hand but I don't know if that was a family myth because there is no record of a purple heart. My uncle had an entire photo album with probably over 150 pictures from Alvin's service throughout the war. Many of the photos were taken in the Philippines with combat gear on. My Uncle said he wants to hang on to them a little bit longer but will give them to me if his son does not want them. I just hope they don't end up on ebay. The duffle bag belonging to Alvin is in my collection but the uniforms will be my prized pieces. Just thought I'd share this little group of family history!