August F. Walters Chapter 4, VFW

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Disabled American Veterans of the World War

310 Broadway, Camden, NJ

The August F. Walters Chapter No.4, Disabled American Veterans of the World War was named for Private August F. Walters, who died while serving with the American Expeditionary Force in France during World War I.

The Chapter was headquartered for many years at 310 Broadway, which had been the home of prominent Camden builder George M. Holl. The Post was active and was involved in veterans, social, and civic affairs in Camden during the 1920’s and 1930’s, and more recently met in suburban Westmont.


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    August F. Walters Chapter 4, VFW

    The August F. Walters Chapter No.4, Disabled American Veterans of the World War was named for Private August F. Walters, who died while serving with the American Expeditionary Force in France during World War I.

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