Oliver J. Schoonmaker

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Mr. Schoonmaker was a graduate of Rutgers University in 1906.[1] He served in the military, and co-authored the Military Instructors Manual. That volume states his rank as a major in the 76th Division, and as Assistant Instructor 3rd Battalion, 17th Provisional Training Regiment, Plattsburg, N.Y.[2]

He was active in the Fraternization Movement with F. Pierce Spinks.
  1. Inventory to the Records of the Rutgers College War Service Bureau. RG33/C0. Special Collections and University Archives. [http://www2.scc.rutgers.edu/ead/uarchives/warservicebureauf.html Rutgers University Libraries .]
  2. J. P. Cole and Oliver Schoonmaker. Military Instructors Manual. 1917. Available at Project Gutenberg.