Download Full Text (319 KB)
Huntington Wilson, questionnaire, physical examination, medical certificate, War Department, Marlborough Churchill
A handwritten copy of a letter sent from Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson to Brigadier General Malborough Churchill, dated September 13, 1918. Within, Wilson writes about the forms and certification required for his application to the Judge Advocate General's Staff Corps.
Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson
Folder 2-17, Document 4
c/o Senator Knox
1537 K St. N.W.
Washington, September 13, 1918
Brigadier General M. Churchill, General Staff
Director of Military Intelligence,
My dear General Churchill,
In compliance with the note you kindly sent me on the 11th instant (2345-104, M.I. 5) I hasten to return herewith the questionnaire, filled out and accompanied by the three letters required.
I was advised by your office that the med. cert. might be postponed until you should be good enough to indicate where I should present myself for physical examination and that the questionnaire need not be delayed until I should secure a photograph to accompany it.
Meanwhile, with much appreciation of your courtesy and of that of the officers of your staff, I hold myself entirely at your disposition and try to remain, with [illegible] thanks,
Yours very faithfully,
Please contact the Myrin Library Special Collections Department for permissions to use this document. https://www.ursinus.edu/library/archives-special-collections/
Huntington-Wilson, Francis Mairs, "Letter From Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson to Marlborough Churchill, September 13, 1918" (1918). World War I Era Documents, 1914-1918. 105.