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A Legendary Twenty-Niner and Baltimorean: FATHER EUGENE PATRICK O’GRADY

Eugene Patrick O’Grady was born on July 25, 1909 in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Mr. Patrick and Mrs. Delia O’Grady of 1821 West Fayette Street. Both of Eugene’s parents were natives of the picturesque province of Connaught in northwest Ireland, an area where the locals have maintained a fierce pride in their distinctive Irish heritage and language for centuries.
A Summary of 29th Infantry Division History

This summary of 29th Infantry Divisions history from its founding in 1917 to 2008 originally appeared as, Hardened In Two World Wars, 29th Infantry Division Faces Bright Future As Light Force, in The Freestate Guardian, June 1991. The author, Joseph Balkoski, has added a brief note at the bottom of the article listing the divisions service since 1991.

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