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ID'ED MOLLUS PHOTO ~ DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA ~ FEDERAL MARSHALL
Item #: CWB11651
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CABINET CARD PHOTO ~ AULICK PALMER, SIGNED ON BOLD INK ON VERSO

MOLLUS COMMANDERY NO.1114 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

The Evening Star Saturday, February 21, 1925Aulick Palmer Expires;Once U.S. Officer Here Held Post of Federal Marshall in District for Sixteen Years Was Consul General in Dresden Aulick Palmer, formerly United States Marshall for the District of Columbia for 16 years, died at Bar Harbor, Maine, yesterday, according to word received here. Mr. Palmer served as an officer in the Marine Corps for 13 years and was consul and consul-general, respectively, at Dresden, Germany, for four years. He was also a former president of the American Society of Civil Engineers. He was born in this city in 1843, the son of the late Surgeon General James C. Palmer, United States Navy. He was appointed a United States Marshall by President McKinley in 1898.

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