Cramer, Myron Cady
Myron Cady Cramer (1881-1966) Born in Portland, Connecticut on November 6, 1881. Thirty years after 29-year-old Myron C. Cramer enlisted in the Army as a cavalry private in the Washington National Guard, he reached the pinnacle of his career on December 1, 1941, as he exchanged his colonel's eagles for the two-star rank of major general as Judge Advocate General of the Army. Autograph Slip Writing Signed, 02/14/1947 - 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 written in dark blue ink with a three-fold overall, fine/veryfine condition.
"Myron Cady Cramer (1881-1966) Born in Portland, Connecticut on November 6, 1881. B.A. from Wesleyan University in 1904, LL.B. from Harvard in 1907. Commissioned in the Cavalry, Washington National Guard in 1910. Commissioned in the Judge Advocate General Department in 1920. Graduated from Command and General Staff School in 1930. Major General in December 1941 as a Judge Advocate General, U.S. Army December 1941-November 1945.
Retired in November 1945. Decorations included the Distinguished Service Medal and Legion of Merit. Died on March 25, 1966.