From the Lowell Tribune, Dec. 28, 1916, page 1, column 6:
Donald Quincy, who is in the wireless corps of the U.S. navy, came Tuesday for a visit with his father, Dr. W.C. Quincy.
from The Lowell Tribune, May 3, 1917, page 4 (page 8 on microfilm), column 2:
Two More Enlist
Two more Lowell boys, Charles Tanner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tanner, and George Minninger, son of the late Mat Minninger, have enlisted in the army, both boys going into the coast artillery service. They will leave today for Ft. Wayne and from there will go to Columbus, Ohio.
from The Lowell Tribune, June 7, 1917, page 5, column 6:
Donald Quincy, who is serving his country in the wireless telegraphy department of the navy, has been transferred to Philadelphia, where he is stationed in the navy yard of that city. At the present time he is working 12 hours and then has 60 hours off.