WWI call to muster & honorable discharge notice (1917 & 1918)

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Call for WWI service and discharge notice

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Telegram: Order to appear (1917)

Received at SE Corner Pine & Montgomery Sts., San Francisco – Always open

San Francisco, Calif – Aug 1 1917

Percy M Leland – 255 10 Ave, San Francisco, California

You are ordered to report at State Armory Fourteenth and Mission Streets San Francisco on August Third at Seven Thirty PM for muster.

First Lieutenant J G Devine
California Coast Artillery
Recruiting Officer

Telegram Military service for WWI (1917)

WWI uniform - Corporal, Inf Replacement Troops Unassigned - National Army (1917)


Honorable discharge from the US Army

To all whom it may concern: This is to certify that Percy Leland, Corporal, Inf Replacement Troops Unassigned — National Army — as a testimonial of honest and faithful service, is hereby honorably discharged from the military service of the United States…

 

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