Huntington, West Virginia, native. Collection consists of medals, including the Croix de Guerre and the Silver Star for service as an Infantry officer in the First World War; diaries with detailed descriptions of maneuvers and tactical plans; framed certificates and plaques. Born in Huntington, West Virginia April 5, 1894, Son of David W. and Ruth Frampton. Volunteered October 1915- Army Co. E, 9th U.S. Reg. 2nd Division. Saw Service on Mexican Boarder, 1 1/2 years active service in France. Lieutenant from Honor Roll of Cabell County, West Virginia/ compiled by W.W. Smith, Huntington, West Virginia.
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Charles E. Frampton Papers, 1917-1964, Accession No. 1972/11.0004, Special Collections Department, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.