A Network member spotted this "Souvenir from Camp Devens, Mass., December 23, 1918" at a flea market, and was able to snap some pictures of the pages. I've transcribed the names of Maine residents.
Among the Privates First Class listed below is Claflin Packard, 35 Kelly St., So. Portland, Me. Privates include Victor H. Akers, Box 126, Andover, Me.; Walter D. Archer, Clifton, Me.; Earl Bell, R.F.D. 1, Smyrna Mills, Me.; Alphonse J. Bibeau, Saco, Me.; Lester F. Cole, R.F.D. 2, Hampden, Me.; Michael DeCourcey, 7 Pleasant St., Portland, Me.; Roy H. Dennison, Whiting, Me.; and Fred R. Dicky, R.F.D. 1, Lincolnville, Me. Though his address is given as "Detroit, Mich." Henry H. Cookson was actually from Plymouth, Me. (not far from Detroit, Me.).
Privates on this page include: Harold E. Garey, Easton, Me.; Arthur J. Gonyer, 27 Mt. Vernon St., Biddeford, Me.; Walter F. Goodale, Box 34, Hampden Highlands, Me.; William H. Griffin, E. Machias, Me.; Nizar Hafford, Dickey, Me.; Howard M. Irish, R.F.D. 2, Buckfield, Me.; Edward H. Jordan, R.F.D. 2, Bangor, Me.; Daniel Kane, 13 Cove St., Portland, Me.; Leroy O. Lapham, P.O. Box 324, Norway, Me.; Everett L. Mitchell, Bernard, Me.; Norman H. Murphy, Rob[b]inston, Me.; Verne O. Nickerson, 78 Harvard St., Bangor, Me.; and Horace O. Patterson, 1 Wilson St., Eastport, Me. Clifford E. Gammon, though born in Wheaton, N.B., was living in Fort Fairfield at the time of his induction. Patrick E. Killmartin was a resident of Portland, Maine, not Portland, Oregon, as indicated on the roster.
Privates on this final page include: Clarence C. Pond, 30 Parker St., Bangor, Me.; William W. Seely, 58 Holyoke St., Brewer, Me.; Halvard C. Sodermark, R.F.D. 1, Sebec Station, Me.; Fred D. Thibodeau, Grand Isle, Me.; and Archie Turcotte, 46 Allen St., Sanford, Me. Pietro Scordino, though a native of Reggio, Italy, resided in Portland at the time of his enlistment.