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[Register of] World War I Selective Service System draft [boards and their locations] registration cards, 1917-1918 : Selective Service addresses for major cities

[compiled by US/Can Reference Staff of the Family History Library]
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
Salt Lake City, Utah : Genealogical Society of Utah, [1998]
33 leaves
Civil War unit histories. Part 3, The Union--Mid-Atlantic


Register compiled from materials originally published: Washington : Government Printing Office, 1919. 1 v.

The source of this information is from the "Second Report of the Provost Marshall General to the Secretary of War."

Includes addresses of draft boards during 1917-1918 for the following major cities only: Allegheny, Pennsylvania Luzerne, Pennsylvania Baltimore, Maryland Milwaukee, Wisconsin Boston & suburbs: Minneapolis, Minnesota Brighton, Dorchester, Hyde Park, Newark, New Jersey Jamaica Plain, Roxbury, South New Haven, Connecticut Boston, West Roxbury New Orleans, Louisiana Buffalo, New York New York City (Bronx, Brooklyn, Chicago, Illinois New York City, Queens, Cincinnati, Ohio Richmond/Staten Island) Cleveland, Ohio Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cook County, Illinois Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Denver, Colorado Portland, Oregon Detroit, Michigan Providence, Rhode Island Indianapolis, Indiana San Francisco, California Jersey City, New Jersey Seattle, Washington Kansas City, Missouri St. Louis, Missouri Los Angeles, California St. Paul, Minnesota

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