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April 6, 1943.

From: BUNNELL, George Alva Jr. Y3c.
To: The Bryant Service Club.

Subject: Change of Address.

1. I wish to take this opportunity to inform you of a change of address. From Boston, I have moved to Washington D. C. and am now working in the Bureau of Personnel. Here is the new address:

George A. Bunnell, Jr.
3516 10th Street N. W.
Washington, D. C.

2. I am a little late in doing this, but thanks very much for the Christmas present. The sweater which you sent me came in very handy during guard duty on cold nights in Boston. From the weather we have been getting here in Washington I am going to have to use it again soon.

3. You have received many letters from other Bryant graduates saying that they had found no other schools with a service club like yours. I will echo their statements. I have met many fellows who have attended many different business schools and collegs [sic], and none of them have attended schools that have service clubs like Bryant’s.

4. A word of advice to those of you studying typing. Learn how to use carbon. If you ever have to do any work for the Army, Navy, or any governmental agency you will use carbon, carbon, and more carbon.

George A. Bunnell, Jr.
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