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Theodor Petersen Post 1 was represented at the first convention in 1919  in Minneapolis Minnesota  with a red artillery unit flag

Minnesota Post 1 was issued a Temporary Charter on 6/24/1919 then a Permanent Charter was issued on 8/25/1921.

Theodor was the first KIA from Minneapolis,
his commanding officer was the first Commander of Post 1
In June 1925 the NEC authorized
the red American Legion Post 1 Colors
and they have remaind in place at Post 1.
In 1988 there was a merger of 6 Posts in the 5th District,
and the surviving name was Minneapolis Post One
The American Legion blue caps have the number 1 on the front and the normal city/state designation on the left side..

These are a copy of the June 1925
 American Legion NEC minutes


History of the 151st Field Artillery

key dates in history

Theodore Roosevelt Jr, founding Father of the American Legion

American Legion Post No. 1,  2507 E 25th St, Mpls. MN  55406  USA