Lillian Hutchinson was the owner of this research. There is an envelope in one of the books addressed to her, in Citrus Springs, FL. The letter is from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC. Postmark is 27 June 1990. Enclosed is a letter:
Dear Miss Hutchinson:
We enclosed four xeroz illustrations of U.S. Army uniforms of the Spanish-Ameerican War Period. The were taken from (Source).
I guess I will need to go through this material a little better to pull out all the names and info that it has.
I will say that I just ran across a copy of the certificate where a PFC ROBERT HUTCHINSON, US Army was awarded the BRONZE STAR for service in WWII, it was awarded on 15 JUNE 1984.
Like I said, Hutchinson Family readers, give me a few days to go through all this stuff. There are pedigree charts which I can scan and post which will help everyone figure out if any of these guys are yours.
I will leave you with this from the first page:
"In 1891, Theresia Ludwina Wex, age 20, traveled from her home in Munic Germany by steamship to New York, United States of America. She was to spend her 21st year with her brother Franz Wex, at his home in Newark, New Jersey. Theresia had a one year Visitors Pasport. During that year she met WILLIAM I. HUTCHINSON."
"Theresia and William were married 5th September 1892. Marriage certificate signed by the Clerk of the Court, Newark, New Jersey."
This is page on of what is labeled as "Vol I SET I William I. Hutchinson Series".
I'll work as fast as I can, because I know that someone reading this right now is getting very excited.
By the way, in return for this information I sure would like to have some information on my family - Surcasti, CH prior to 1845. Doesn't hurt to try!