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John William Myers Sr.
5 January 1920

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Hand-written items are underscored; added notes are {italicized-bracketed}.

The United States of America


Department of State

To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting:

I, the undersigned, Secretary of State of the United States of America, hereby request all whom it may concern to permit J. W. Myers a citizen of the United States, safely and freely to pass and in case of need to give him all lawful Aid and Protection.

This passport is valid for use only in the following countries and for objects specified, unless amended.

Panama Name of Country

Recreation Object of Visit

The bearer is accompanied by his wife Etta

(Seal) Given under my hand and the seal of the Department of State at the City of Washington the 5th day of January in the year 1920 and of the Independence of the United States the one hundred and forty fourth. Robert Lansing.

Personal Description

Age   49 years       Mouth   prominent lips

Height   5 ft 7-1/2 in.       Chin   firm

Forehead   high       Hair   gray

Eyes   blue-gray       Complexion   dark

Nose   slender       Face   oval

Distinguishing marks   ----------

Place of birth   Bloomingburg, Ohio

Date of birth   Jan. 22, 1870

Occupation   Farmer

J. W. Myers Signature of Bearer

(Photo of John William Myers Sr.) (Seals)

No. 156532

Amendments, Extensions, and Surrender.

This passport is valid for a period of six months and expires Jul 8 1920 unless previously renewed. It is subject to renewal for two periods of six months each.

(Photo of Etta Clara (Hoyt) Myers and John William Myers Jr.) (Seals)

This information is provided for the use of persons engaged in non-commercial genealogical research
and any commercial use whatsoever is strictly prohibited. Copyright © 2005 by John William Myers III.