A visa issued by the United States consulate in Paris for travel to U.S. dated August 13, 1919.
On one side is the address and hours for the United States Passport Bureau, while on the other side are three stamps. Two stamps are in French, one blue and one purple. The purple stamp then has pen marks written on it giving the visa number along with the date of travel and the destination. The third stamp is from the United States Passport Bureau in Paris France which reads 'Good for United States via any French port. Motive immediate return home. It is then dated August 13m 1919, bares another number and then the signature of the American Vice Consul.
From the service of PFC Clarence A. Marlette Company B, 18th Infantry, 1st Division, then Headquarters Company, 1st Replacement Depot, then Sergeant in the American Red Cross, and the service of Florence S. Battershill, stenographer with the American Red Cross.
|Date||August 13, 1919|
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|