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THE NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS.
BRANCHES AMI POST-OFFICE AI>URE88KS.
Central Branch. National Military Honif. Ohio; Northwestern Branch, National Homo, Wisconsin; Kastern Branch, National Home, Togns, Me.: Southern Branch, National Soldiers' Home, Virginia; Western Branch, National Military Home. Kansas; Pacific Branch, Soldiers' Home, California; Marion Branch,National Military Home. Indiana; Danville Branch, National Home. Danville. III.; Mountain Branch, National Soldiers' Home, Tennessee; Battle Mountain Sanitarium, Hot Springs, S. Dak.
The President Of The United States; The Chief Justice; The Secretary Of War, Ex-Officiis, Washington, D. C.
Gen. Martin T. Mcmahon, President,
(Jen. Thomas J. Henderson, First Vice-
Col. Walter P. Brownlow, Jonesboro,
Tenn. Term expires 1908.
Term expires 1910.
pi res 1908. j Col. Henry H. Markham, Pasadena, Cal.
Gen. J. Marshall Brown, Second Vice- Term expires 1910.
President, Portland, Me. Term ex- Franklin Murphy, Esq., Newark, N. J.
pires 1908. I Term expires 1906.
Gen. Charles M. Anderson, Secretary, Col. Edwin P. Hammond, Lafayette, Ind.
Greenville, Ohio. Term expires 1906. Term expires 1908. (-apt. Henry E. Palmer, Omaha, Nebr. i Term expires 1910.
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
The National Homk For Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Rooms 932-934 New York Life Building, 348 Broadway, New York, N. Y., December 6, 100f>. Sir: I transmit with this the Report of the Board of Managers of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers for the tiseal year ending June 80, 1905.
Respectfully, yours, M. T. Mcmahon,
President Board of Afanatjers, National Home for Disabled Volunteer So/diem.
Speaker Of The Mouse Of Representatives,
Washington, D. V.