Commission, August 4, 1906.

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Marshall, William Alexander, 1849-1926. Commission, August 4, 1906.

Commission, August 4, 1906.

Official naval commission appointing Marshall a Captain in the U.S. Navy from July 1, 1906, signed by President Theodore Roosevelt and SECNAV Charles J. Bonaparte on August 4, 1906.

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