Huntington, West Virginia, businessman, real estate agent. Papers relate primarily to his service in the first world war as a second lieutenant in the 58th Balloon Company, A.E.F., in France and include embarkation, payroll and other papers related to his duties as officer in charge of African American Brest Casual Company 1740 during its demobilization period; photographs and negatives.
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Benson J. Lubin Papers, 1904-1935, Accession No. 1993/02.0559, Special Collections Department, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.