An American Red Cross contract for Clarence Marlette dated June 2, 1919 stating that he is to be a driver.
The contract states that that it cannot be renewed but that a new contract can be drafted, that the contract is for May 21, 1919 to November 21, 1919, as a driver. Since he is not a volunteer he is to be paid 220 francs beginning on May 21, 1919. The living expenses are given as maintenance. Transportation to and in the U.S. is provided. In then goes on to detail that he was recruited from the U.S. Army in St. Aignan-Noyers on March 15, 1919 for the transportation department.
The contract is signed by Clarence, and approved by the Worker's chief of section and a representative from the Bureau of Personnel.
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||June 2, 1919|
|Year Range from||1919|
|Year Range to||1919|
Marlette, Clarence A.
United States Army