FOURTH ENDORSEMENT USAT “WILLARD A. HOLBROOK”
1 March 1944
From: The Transport Commander
To: Lieutenant Roscoe S. YEGERLEHNER, MC-V (S), USNR
- Reported for transportation this date.
- Subsistance was furnished without cost to you.
- Proceed and carry out basic orders.
- Transportation completed 15 March 1944.
Lt. Col. TC
There are no known surviving documents describing Roscoe’s return trip to the United States at this time. Since the trip originated in Auckland and concluded at Fort Mason, San Francisco, Roscoe crossed the equator and the international date line. One item which survived the journey was Roscoe’s membership card from the Domain of the Neptunus Rex. Roscoe described this ceremony in detail on his journey across the Pacific in 1942. While the card is undated, it bears the name of the ship USAT “WILLARD A. HOLBROOK.”
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