|Object Name||Postcard, Inscribed|
Postcard notification from the Adjusted Compensation Branch of the United States Army.
Address on Back: Mr. Charley Vangorden, Mounville, Mo.
Inscription on Front, Transcribed: Dear Sir: Your application for adjusted compensation has been received in this office and you have been assigned a number, which you will find in the upper left-hand corner of this card, and which will hereafter be referred to as your application number and will identify your application. Do not write to the War Department asking when your application will be approved, as you will be notified when it has been acted on. However, if the War Department communicates with you, in your reply thereto, or in the case of any necessary correspondence origniating with you, such as change of address, etc., be sure to refer to your application number. Yours Truly, ROBERT C. DAVIS Major General, The Adjutant General, United States Army
|Date||January 8, 1925|
|Year Range from||1925|
|Year Range to||1925|
World War I
Adjusted Compensation Branch