AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS) FROM THIS IMMIGRANT, A U.S. ARMY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR I, TO THE BUREAU OF NATURALIZATION:; From Winnisimmet Lodge, Oct. 27, 1919. Edward E. Crebere.

AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED (ALS) FROM THIS IMMIGRANT, A U.S. ARMY VETERAN OF WORLD WAR I, TO THE BUREAU OF NATURALIZATION:; From Winnisimmet Lodge, Oct. 27, 1919.

1919. Original manuscript. 2pp, written in black ink, in part: "...I applied for my naturalization papers while in the Co. H 23rd Inf 2nd Div. on the Rhein....At the same time I applied for my liberty bond....I wish the citizen papers and my bond sent to me at this address....[signed] Edward E. Crebere / per K." Stamped: "Bureau of Naturalization, Received Oct 28, 1919." 6.5" x 5" Good. Item #036567

The Winnisimmet Lodge return address refers to Odd Fellows Lodge No. 24 in Chelsea, MA. The Lodge had been established circa 1843, based on a notice published in the "Symbol and Odd Fellows Magazine," Boston, 1843.

Price: $40.00

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