U.S. NAVEL TRAINING STATION
Great Lakes, Illinois
July 23, 1919
To All Whom it May
Know ye, That Herman S. Reinhardt,
a private 4006157 of
Company C. Convalescent Center, Camp Dodge,
Iowa United States Army, who was enlisted on the
twenty-sixth day of July,
one thousand nine hundred and eighteen,
to serve for period of the emergency was discharged from the
service of the United States on the third
day of February, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen by
reason of telegram A. G. O., Nov. 15, 1918.
Character, very good.
is given under the provisions of the act of Congress approved
July 1, 1902 "to authorize the Secretary of War to furnish
certificates in lieu of lost or destroyed discharges" to
honorably discharged officers or enlisted men or their widows
upon evidence that the original discharge certificate has been
lost or destroyed, and upon the condition imposed by said Act
that this certificate "shall not be accepted as a voucher for the
payment of any claim against the United States for pay, bounty,
or other allowances, or as evidence in any other case.
Given at the War Department,
Washington D.C., this twenty-eighth day of
June, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen.
BY AUTHORITY of the SECRETARY of