[Memo from H. B. Vanderblue to Personnel Adjutants, September 27, 1918]

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Memorandum from the office of the Army Adjutant General to the commander of Camp Grant, forwarded by 1st. Lt. H. B. Vanderblue to unit personnel adjutants, stating that rubber stamps are no longer permitted on "E & A Cards, Form 22-2 A.G.O."

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Vanderblue, H. B. & Bates, W. September 27, 1918.

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  • Bates, W. United States Army. Adjutant General's Office

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  • Main Title: [Memo from H. B. Vanderblue to Personnel Adjutants, September 27, 1918]
  • Added Title: [Memo from the U.S. Army Adjutant General's Office to the Commanding General of Camp Grant, September 20th, 1918]

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Memorandum from the office of the Army Adjutant General to the commander of Camp Grant, forwarded by 1st. Lt. H. B. Vanderblue to unit personnel adjutants, stating that rubber stamps are no longer permitted on "E & A Cards, Form 22-2 A.G.O."

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[1] p.

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Handwritten notes, top: "M15"

"W - No. 2"

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  • September 27, 1918

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Vanderblue, H. B. & Bates, W. [Memo from H. B. Vanderblue to Personnel Adjutants, September 27, 1918], letter, September 27, 1918; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1284947/: accessed April 22, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.