Isaac Prodosky military certificates
The collection consists of three certificates presented to Isaac Prodosky: 1) Order of Induction into Military Service of the United States (May 20, 1918), instructing Prodosky to report to the local board at Walterboro, SC; 2) Veteran's Note (1931) for loan of $153.00 made to Prodosky by the U.S. Veteran's Bureau under the World War Adjusted Compensation Act; and 3) United States of America Certification of Military Service awarded to Prodosky, May 6, 1971, which states the years and capacity in which he served the Army of the United States.
- 1918, 1930, 1971
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Isaac Prodosky was born in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1891. He entered the United States Army on May 27, 1918, and served as a Private First Class in Company I, 322nd Infantry. He received an honorable discharge in June 1919.
1 folder (3 items) ; 28 cm.
This collection was transferred from the Jewish Community Center collection.
- Inventory of the Isaac Prodosky Military Certificates, 1918, 1930, 1971
- Processed by: Special Collections staff; finding aid created by: Special Collections staff
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