|Title||Adolph Castonia, Company C, 150th MGB, 42nd rainbow Division|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||Copy print of Adolph Castonia, Company C, 150th MGB, 42nd rainbow Division.|
|Event||World War I|
World War I
150th Machine Gun Battalion
|Copyright||Location of original unknown. No signed permission for use by donor.|
|Cataloged by||Cross, Scott|
Copy of an original print of Adolph Castonia, Company C, 150th MGB, 42nd Rainbow Division. He is standing in a camp with pyramid tents in the background, possibly in Texas during mobilization. He wears a Campaign Hat; M1910 Haversack; pistol belt; leggings; shirt; and trousers.
Adolph Castonia enlisted in Company F, 2nd Wisconsin National Guard in 1917. Company F, became Company C, 150th Machine Gun Battalion, 42nd Division during World War I. Because of his blacksmith experience making horseshoes, he was made Ferrier. He also drove ammunition wagons. He was able to speak French, and was often in demand of his comrades to act as an interpreter.