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Adjusted Service Certificates Transmission Letter and Certificate - 1925

Examples of Adjusted Service Certificate and Adjusted Service Certificate Transmittal Letters Sent according to the World Wars Adjusted Compensation Act for the amount of the soldiers' Adjust Service Credit.

Adjusted Service Certificate Transmission Letter from O. W. Parle, Chief, Adjust Compensation Division to Mr. Ludvig K. Gjenvick, dated 1 January 1925.

Adjusted Service Certificate Transmission Letter from O. W. Parle, Chief, Adjust Compensation Division to Mr. Ludvig K. Gjenvick, dated 1 January 1925. Gjenvick-Gjønvik Family Archives. GGA Image ID # 186ca4291a

UNITED STATES VETERANS BUREAU
WASHINGTON
January 1, 1925.

IN REPLY REFER TO: 0.21 I0

 

MR LUDVIG K GJENVICK
3530 NEWTON AVE N
MINNEAPOLIS MINN

 

Dear Sir:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith your Adjusted Service Certificate, issued pursuant to the World Wars Adjusted Compensation Act, in the amount of $1499.00 based upon the amount of your Adjusted Service Credit, as certified to this Bureau by the Department which you last served while in the Military or Naval forces of the United States.

If correspondence be necessary with this Bureau in regard to your Adjusted Compensation,., you are respectfully requested to refer to A 3265663

 

For the Director,

/s/ O. W. Park
Chief, Adjusted Compensation Division.

Incl.

Form 6910.—Rev. Jan.. 1925. GPO
12380

Front Side of a United States Adjusted Service Certificate From 1925. The Recipient Discussed in the Transmittal Letter Would Have Received a Similar Certificate.

Front Side of a United States Adjusted Service Certificate From 1925. The Recipient Discussed in the Transmittal Letter Would Have Received a Similar Certificate. GGA Image ID # 1848f9fba3

Reverse Side of the United States of America Adjust Service Certificate, Created Under the World War Adjusted Compensation Act of 1924.

Reverse Side (Top Half) of the United States of America Adjust Service Certificate, Created Under the World War Adjusted Compensation Act of 1924. GGA Image ID # 184a782fc8

Adjusted Service Certificate Transmission Letter from O. W. Parle, Chief, Adjust Compensation Division to Mr. Harry B. Coulter, dated 1 January 1925.

Adjusted Service Certificate Transmission Letter from O. W. Parle, Chief, Adjust Compensation Division to Mr. Harry B. Coulter, dated 1 January 1925. GGA Image ID # 186ccfb1d0

UNITED STATES VETERANS BUREAU
WASHINGTON
January 1, 1925.

IN REPLY REFER TO: 0.21 WAB

 

Mr. Harry B. Coulter
Swannanon, NC

 

Dear Sir:

I have the honor to transmit to you herewith your Adjusted Service Certificate, issued pursuant to the World Wars Adjusted Compensation Act, in the amount of $1581.00 based upon the amount of your Adjusted Service Credit, as certified to this Bureau by the Department which you last served while in the Military or Naval forces of the United States.

If correspondence be necessary with this Bureau in regard to your Adjusted Compensation, you are respectfully requested to refer to A 3312948

 

For the Director,

/s/ O. W. Park
Chief, Adjusted Compensation Division.

Incl.

Form 6910.—Rev. Jan.. 1925. GPO
12380

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