Framed medal shadowbox with a burgundy velvet background that contains a photo and medal display related to the World War I service of Delawarean Benjamin Creamer Denny (1891-1958). Benjamin Creamer Denny volunteered for service with the US Army in 1917 and served as a Supply Sergeant with Company K of the 59th Pioneer Infantry until the end of the war. The central full-length, black and white photo depicts Denny in uniform posed facing forward in front of a wooden building. The photo is surrounded by a medal display which is identified on the back: Delaware medal for World War I service designed and made by Millard F. Davis of Wilmington, DE, World War I victory ribbon with battle star, medal awarded by the Association des Anciens Combattants de Verdun dated September 10, 1934. There are also four Army lapel buttons: US, US 59 (59th Pioneer Infantry), Company K (Infantry), Knights of Pythias European War medal. The frame is gilded wood.
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