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Hundred Days: The Campaign that Ended World War I


by Nick Lloyd

The United States Department of Justice Registration Card of Alien Female Anna Geiselmann of New York City. Issued July 8, 1918.
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Photograph of Anna Geiselmann signed on the left side by her, and on the right by Sgt. Peter J. Pfeiffer
left thumb print of registered person
NOTE. - The issuance of this registration card does not relieve the registrant from full compliance with any and all laws and regulations now existing or hereafter made concerning the conduct of such alien females.
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The United States Department of Justice Registration Card of Alien Female Anna Geiselmann of New York City. Issued July 8, 1918.
[page]
Photograph of Anna Geiselmann signed on the left side by her, and on the right by Sgt. Peter J. Pfeiffer
left thumb print of registered person
NOTE. - The issuance of this registration card does not relieve the registrant from full compliance with any and all laws and regulations now existing or hereafter made concerning the conduct of such alien females.
[Note: following pages blank other than as noted below.]
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Indorsements
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Indorsements Continued
[Inside and outside back cover]
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Hundred Days: The Campaign that Ended World War I by Nick Lloyd

Publisher: Basic Books, 2014

Copyright: 2014 by Nick Lloyd