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Papers and documents related to Joseph Dutilh, 1923-1979. The bulk of this collection consists military records including a few notices of authorization of subsistence allowance, separation qualification record and his discharge papers. The rest of the collection includes a copy of his birth certificate, a French marriage certificate between his father, Victor Dutilh and his mother, a share certificate owned by his father, and Rememberance of Joseph's First Holy Communion and Confirmation.
Items in the collection include:
8. A Letter to Joesph V. Dutilh from the White House for his services, 1940s
9. Notice of Authorization of Subsistence Allowance, October 7, 1947
10. Authorization of Education of Training Subsistence Allowance Letter to Mr. Joesph V. Dutilh, November 1, 1946
11. Veterans Adminstration Notice of Training Status, June 2, 1950
12. Notice of Authorization of Training and Subsistence Allowance, June 20, 1949
13. Notice of Authorization of Training and Subsistence Allowance, October 11, 1948
14. Separation Qualification Record, March 6, 1946
15. Copy of Birth Certificate of Joseph V. Dutilh from August 13, 1924, July 10, 1979
16. French Marriage Certificate, March 15, 1937
17. Oakland Labor Temple Association Certificate belonging to Victor Dutilh, March 12, 1923
18. Letter in rememberance of Joseph V. Dutilh from the President of the United States, 1940s
19. Camp Montoir Quartermaster Detachment Miltary Card, 1940s
20. Military Authorized Driving License by Director of C.M.T.O, Gerald Grant, Capt. M.T.C., 1940s
21. Remembrance of First Holy Communion to Joseph Dutilh at the Church of St. Catherine in Burlingame, May 6, 1934
22. Remembrance of Confirmation to Joseph John Dutilh at the Church of St. Catherine in Burlingame, March 12, 1938
23A. Enlisted record and report of separation honorable discharge of Joesph V. Dutilh, March 6, 1946
23B. Certificate of Honorable Discharge to Joseph V. Dutilh from the Army of the United States, March 6, 1946
Dutilh, Joseph V.
Dutilh, Joseph V.
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