David Walker Paulette Papers
A Farmville, VA, pharmacist in civilian life, David Walker Paulette (1891-1968) served in both World Wars. During WW I he was connected with Company M, 113th Infantry, 29th Division, stationed in France. In WW II he was assigned to the Office of Civilian Defense until 1944; the European Civil Affairs Division until 1945; and the Tokyo-Kanagawa Military Government District (1947-1949). The papers consist of personnel records of Company M and documents relating to its activities in France (1918-1919); and Paulette’s military records from WW II and the postwar years, including copies of special orders, memos, financial and medical records. Also found is a transcript of a 1975 interview with Paulette’s widow, Frances H. Paulette.