Brigadier General Frank G. Mauldin, commander of the Fifty-ninth artillery brigade, who was the commander of the Thirty-fourth division in Deming while Major General A. P. Blocksom was absent for several months, writes to the brigade adjutant, Major Oakes, that he is improving rapidly in health at the Army hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he went recently for medical treatment. His illness was not considered of a serious nature, but was due to overwork and too close confinement at his desk during the reorganization of the Thirty-fourth division at Camp Cody to conform to the Pershing plan. – El Paso Herald Newspaper – January 7, 1918
March 4, 2017
General Mauldin Is Reported Improving
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