|Title||Telegram to Edward J. Sharkey, 55 Second St., Hoboken, from Frederick Gilkyson, Acting Adjutant General, Trenton, no date, circa 1917-1918, re problems with list of men & claims of exemptions.|
|Collection||World War I Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Bob Maier.|
|Scope & Content||
Telegram to Edward J. Sharkey, 55 Second St., Hoboken, from Frederick Gilkyson, Acting Adjutant General, Trenton, no date, circa 1917-1918, re problems with list of men & claims of exemptions. Digital images only. Tiff media archive.
Sharkey was a member of Local Board ("draft board") No. 1. He was Secretary in 1919 and possibly so at the time of this telegram. Western Union Telegram.
With 3 other telegrams, all were in one bundle with clip attachment (note hole at top right), and also undated. Sent to either Sharkey or the Local Board; discuss procedure concerns or materials to be sent.
|Notes||This item was originally from the files of the local Hoboken draft board; discarded at unknown date from records at Hoboken City Hall.|
Sharkey, Edward J.
|Year Range from||1917|
|Year Range to||1918|
World War I
55 Second St.
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