James M. Sellers

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James M Sellers in 1917

Colonel James McBrayer Sellers (June 20, 1895 – September 3, 1990) was a highly decorated Marine in World War I, and served as commandant, superintendent and president of Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Missouri, from 1920 to 1990.

C'est La Guerre (2020)[edit]

C'est La Guerre: The Memoir of Capt. James McBrayer Sellers. Gray Sparrow Books. Paperback. Edited by William Sellers, James Gregory, and Steven Girard.
  • We caught a B&O train out of St. Louis for Philadelphia, and it was just our luck that it ran five and a half hours late before we got to Philadelphia. The scenery on our trip was lost to us, because we were covered with dust and roasted too. However I did enjoy winding in and out among the mountains of West Virginia.
    • p. 5

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