As a doctor, Capt. Timothy Lawrence Barber cared for the wounded and dying during the Meuse-Argonne offensive that led to the armistice. His final letter home describe his war experience. Photo courtesy of Tim Barber.
A plaque on the Lee Street Triangle war memorial lists the dead. Timothy Lawrence Barber was killed in action on Oct. 10, 1918, just a month and a day before the formal end of World War I.