E. M. Viquesney's "Lost" Locations List of 1935
In his 1991 Doughboy Report, T. Perry Wesley stated that E. M. Viquesney left no records behind as to where any of his Doughboy statues were placed.
Unfortunately, Mr. Wesley was incorrect; there was one surviving list published by Viquesney himself in a booklet for his "World War Memorial Association". Mr. Wesley actually mentioned this list by name in his report, but apparently never noticed the partial list of locations inside.
Viquesney, though, was ambiguous about the items in his list, simply calling them "memorials", some of which have turned out to be just plaques or other structures at the locations listed (see Malvern, Pennsylvania, a plaque, and Wichita, Kansas, a Civil war monument, as examples). But most of the locations shown really are "The Spirit of the American Doughboy", and if Mr. Wesley had found this list, he could have confirmed at least 18 more locations to add to his 1991 report.
Viquesney's 1935 list wasn't meant to be complete or even accurate as to the locations of his "Spirit of the American Doughboy" statues; it only went as far as Texas, and omitted other states, like Oklahoma, which already had its current total of five of them by the time this list was published.
Below, the partial list of "memorial" locations published by Viquesney in 1935, from his "World War Memorial Association" booklet, page 10.