Life in Venezuela – Official Documents – June 20, 1940

This appears to be a temporary Driver’s License issued on June 20, 1940, to my Father, Alfred P. Guion, at Estado Anzoategui (perhaps County?). The letter is dated August 1, 1940

APG - Driver's License letter - June 20, 1940

Partial translation: “Temporary permit for driver of Motor Vehicles. That this Sub-Inspectorate grants to the citizen Alfred P. G(u)ion, older than 26 years of age, of North American nationality, to drive motor vehicles. having consigned from this office A PERMIT EXPIRED BY SIX MONTHS, to request the final title.”

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - front - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - 1st page - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - page 2-3 - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - pages 4-5 - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - pages 6-7 - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - pages 8-9 - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - pages 10-11 - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - pages 12-13 - 1940

APG - Lad's ID in Venezuela - pages 14-15 - 1940

 

This seems to be a very detailed document of identification including his name, nationality, date of birth, gender, profession, religion, political affiliation, physical description, name of his father and mother, to pictures, current residence in the U.S., a fingerprint, and his employer, among other things.

Tomorrow and Sunday, the last two posts of the Early Years, the Memories of Cedric Duryee Guion. 

Judy Guion

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