Alvin Allen – WWII – Army Serial Number: 46 003 402
May 24, 1934-June 15, 1935 –
1. He was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps
To All Whom it May Concern: This is to certify that: Allen Alven CC6-84779, A Member of the Civilian Conservation Corps, Who was enrolled: May 24, 1934 at: Camp Mackinac S-53 (Mich) is Hereby Discharged Therefrom, by reason of: To accept employment Said: Allen Alven was born in: Long Lake in State of Michigan When enrolled he was: 19 years of age and by occupation: a Woodsman he had: Blue Eyes, Lt Brown Hair, Ruddy Complexion and was 5 ft 7 In in height, His color was white Given Under my hand at: Camp Trout Lake F-37 This 1st day of January 1935 By: R. D. Robison, 1st Lt., Air-Res Commanding
Awards: Presidential Award signed by Harry TrumanNote: From Camp Mackinac S-53. He left there and went to the Camp Trout Lake F-37 from June 16, 1935- January1, 1936. The Project Superintendent Mr. Snyder at Camp Trout Lake “Said that Alvin Allen was a workman employed as Laborer, a very conscientious and Willing worker of excellent ability. “ He received an Honorable discharge January 1, 1936 from Camp Trout Lake Note 2: He was a Farmer Feb 1936 -April 1945. He had a 40 acre Farm where he planted, Cultivated and harvested such crops as corn, potatoes and oats – He used and maintained and repaired Farm Machinery – Cared for and bred livestock and poultry.
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