Original and increase of pensions to widows and former widows of certain soldiers, sailors, and marines of the Civil War, also increase to certain soldiers, sailors, and marines now on the pension roll under the provisions of the Maimed Veterans' Act of February 11, 1927: hearing before the Committee on Invalid Pensions, House of Representatives, Seventy-first Congress, second session, on H.R. 3239, H.R. 8765, and H.R. 9106 and companion bills, granting pensions and increase of pensions and for other purposes, February 11, 1930
U.S. G.P.O., 1930 - History - 24 pages
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$50 a month $90 per month artificial limbs bill provides Bureau of Pensions Chairman and gentlemen Civil War soldiers Civil War veterans Civil War widows Colonel Church commander in chief comrades disability incurred Elliott entitled estimated Foreign Wars former widow Grand Army House bill House of Representatives INCREASE OF PENSIONS increase the pensions indorsed Invalid Pensions Jacob Orken John Reese June 27 legislative committee less than ninety line of duty lost limbs Lozier Maimed Soldiers maimed veterans Manlove Marine Corps Missouri National Encampment national president naval service organization paid a pension Pension Committee pension roll PENSIONS AND INCREASE person a majority person who served receive a pension REPUBLIC Past Commander Richard N Robsion roll at $72 SAILORS Senate bill served less served ninety days Spanish War Veterans STATEMENT Stobbs to-day total cost totally disabled Union Veterans United States Code United States Maimed Veterans of Foreign