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Discharge from the United States Army
This is to Certify,
that: Tallcott L. Bollman, #891705
Private 1/cl Casual, Det No. 879 Dem Group
Last assg'd (Btry "C" 3rd F.A.)
The United States Army, as a Testimonial of Honest and
Faithful Service, is hereby Honorably Discharged from the
military service of the United States by reason of: Tel.
W.D. Nov. 15-18 Letter A.G.O. Nov 30/18
Said Talcott L. Bollman was born in Castalia in the State
of Iowa. When enlisted he was 37 6/12 years of age, and
by occupation a Farmer. He had Blue eyes, Brown hair,
Fair complexion and was 5 feet 6 inches in height.
Given under my hand at Camp Dodge Iowa this 27th day of
June, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen.
(signed) Louis Causler, Major Signal Corps, U.S.A.,
Name: Talcott L.
Grade: Private 1/cl
Enlisted or Inducted: May 29, 1918 at Fort Douglas, Utah
Serving in First enlistment period at date of discharge
Prior service: None
Noncommissioned officer: never
Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: Not
Horsemanship: Not mounted
Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions: A.E.F.
Decorations, Medals, Badges, citations: None [see below]]
Knowledge of any vocation: Farming
Wounds received in service: None
Physical condition when discharged: Good
Typhoid prophylaxis completed (triple): June 20, 1918
Paratyphoid prophylaxis completed: ----
Married or Single: Single
Remarks: No A.W.O.L, no absence, entitled to travel pay.
Left U.S. July 14, 1918. Arrived U.S. June 19, 1919.
(Signature of Soldier) Talcott L. Bollman
(Signed) G.E. Jameson, Capt Inf. U.S.A., Cas Det 879
Filed for Record this 7th day of September, 1920
Handwritten notations on the document:
Davenport, Ia. Issued on this discharge one bronze
Inter-Urban Railway, Camp Dodge to [blank]
Camp Dodge Iowa, Jun 27, 1919, paid in full including
bonus $101.43; A.A. Padmore, Capt. Quartermaster U.S.A.
Aug 26, 1920 - Forwarded [illegible words] approved by
Asst Recruit officer for Victory Medal with France