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Stephen E. Reverer

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Reverer, Stephen E. b. October 3, 1919, received passport# 368586 on February 20, 1937 which listed his address as 3429 Oxawam Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, Sailed March 10, 1937 aboard the Washington, Returned to the US on September 12, 1937 aboard the Ausonia by way of  Montreal, Canada, WWII Armed forces, State Department archives have an interesting series of letters, Letter from parents stating son in hospital from wounds, Reply confirmed he was in hospital and likely would be repatriated due to status as a minor.  Revere went to Madrid Embassy to inquire about assistance in returning home, July 26, 1937 suffering from slight wound in elbow,  Revere stated he was born Oct. 3, 1915 Brooklyn, NY in order to obtain passport., File includes copy of his birth certificate.

 

Sources: Sail, SACB, USSDA 2:0861, 59:0136.

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