1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 7, 2020 2:57 PM by Holly Rivet

    Seeking more U.S. Army Muster Rolls online

    Grace Yuhasz Wayfarer

      U.S. Army Muster Rolls and Rosters, 11/1/1912 - 12/31/1943 [NAID: 85713803, Record Group 64]  - I am so pleased that the U.S. Army Muster Rolls and Rosters, 1st and 2nd subseries are online (1912-1939).  Are there any plans to put the 3rd subseries (1940-1943) online? Also, what record set would have the 1944 -1946 Army Muster Rolls?  Will they also be put online? Thank you.

        • Re: Seeking more U.S. Army Muster Rolls online
          Holly Rivet Scout

          Dear Ms. Yuhasz,

           

          Thank you for posting your question to the History Hub!

           

          Our entire collection of Army WWI Muster Rolls and Rosters from November 1912 - December 1939 has been posted to the catalog.  We strive to digitize more of this series and make it publicly available in the future.

           

          In the meantime, organizational records are being digitized “upon request”.  We will provide digitized images on DVD of organizational records, each taken from a roll of microfilm created by the U.S. Army.  The response time for future requests may be twenty or more months, depending upon our available resources and the total volume of requests received. You may also hire a private researcher to locate this information for you.  This page lists researchers in the St. Louis area in no particular order.

           

          In order to answer your request for Morning Reports, please provide the specific month and year you would like to request for the unit you seek. You may mail your request to:

           

          National Archives and Records Administration

          National Archives at St. Louis

          ATTN: RL-SL

          PO Box 38757

          St. Louis, MO 63138

          Or email stl.archives@nara.gov

           

          If you would like to personally view the rosters or morning reports, we will make them available, by appointment only, in our Archival Research Room located at the National Personnel Records Center, Archival Research Room, 1 Archives Drive, St. Louis, MO  63138. For a small fee, you may print copies of the pages you want from the microfilm. To schedule an appointment, please contact the Archival Research Room in advance, by phone at (314) 801-0850 or by email at stlarr.archives@nara.gov.

           

          We hope this is helpful. Best of luck with your research.

           

          Holly Rivet

          St. Louis, MO