Post 29 was named after Pvt Charles E. Dysart, the first Caldwell county native to die in WW1, and Corp J.E. Kendall, the 2nd person from Caldwell County to lose his life in WW1. Both Dysart and Kendall are buried in Asine, France.
What Makes this Post Unique
The current Post home was dedicated on July 23, 1949, after it was constructed at a cost of $150,000. United States Supreme Court Chief Justice Fred Vinson, Secretary of the Army Gordon Gray, Congressman Robert Doughton, and many other diginitaries were present for the events surrounding the building dedication.