District of Columbia Soldiers' Home 1902 Report
Annual Report of the Board of Commissioners of the Soldiers' Home, District of Columbia, And Report of the Annual Inspection of the Home by the Inspector-General of the Army. August, 19, 1902. Washington. Includes a Necrology.
Names in this online transcription include Anderson, Blakemore, Bloom, Bracken, Cox, Davin, Denny, Dewees, Dolph, Fales, Fedler, Gillies, Glynn, Green, Haack, James, Jones, King, Kingston, Kortman, Linn, McCarthy, McLaughlin, Moreland, Nelson, Newman, Parker, Richardson, Robinson, Rupprecht, Scherer, Sheeran, Smith, Swart, Thope, Walsh, Weaver, Wood, Young.
Labels: District of Columbia, Home Records
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