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 One of the more valuable resources for 20th Century research has been long overlooked because it was not readily available. That is no longer a problem. The draft registration forms from the Selective Service System of World War I have been microfilmed and are available as near as the Family History Center Library. They are also at the National Archives and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.  One of the more valuable resources for 20th Century research has been long overlooked because it was not readily available. That is no longer a problem. The draft registration forms from the Selective Service System of World War I have been microfilmed and are available as near as the Family History Center Library. They are also at the National Archives and the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. 
  
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