Trip Pass – US Army Piers, Hoboken, NJ

Identifier

T100086

Description

A trip pass for Nannie Koger, a relative of Thomas J. Koger, allowing her to visit him at the Troop Movement Office, Room 355, Pier 2, in Hoboken, NJ.

Source

John W. Swartzwelder Jr. and Nancy Joyce (Koger) Swartzwelder

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum

Relation

T100095

Language

English

Text

No. 44
THIS FORM OF PASS will be used for all persons desiring to see incoming officers or troops and will not be used for any other purpose.
TRIP PASS
U. S. ARMY PIERS
HOBOKEN, N. J.
PASS BEARER
[unintelligible signature]
To:
TROOP MOVEMENT OFFICER, ROOM 355, PIERS 2, ONLY
IN M OUT M DATE 11/20/19
The bearer is warned that if this pass is used to visit any other place than that indicated above, it will be forfeited and he will be escorted to the gates by the guard.
SIGNATURE
Nannie Koger
By command of Major General Shanks
[unintelligible signature]

Original Format

Trip Pass

Files

T100086.pdf

Citation

Shanks, David C. (David Carey), 1861-1940, “Trip Pass – US Army Piers, Hoboken, NJ,” 1919 November 19, T100086, Thomas J. Koger Collection, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.