NASHVILLE ARMY AIR CENTER
THOMSPN LANE, NASHVILLE, TENN.
Sunday, April 11, 1943
Dear Miss Blaney,
Thank you for your long and pleasantly readable letter ; I realize that the amount of mail sent into your office must be of an overwhelming amount and my appreciation is correspondingly increased.
I’d like, at the same time, to thank the Bryant Service Club for the box of candy so generously mailed to me.
My exams have been completed and I’m now awaiting classification.
No, I didn’t know Mr. Lee, now Major Lee, had been commissioned and was in the nation’s capitol ; I had met Mr. Shors after his being commissioned upon a visit to Bryant and at the same time had been informed of Mr. Hammond’s rank.
Naturally I’m disappointed about the Alumni Bulletin just as are many others ; however in regards the “On the Campus”, I’d like to say I sympathize with you rather think you are engaging in dictatorial practices ; you do a splendid job – and I realize it as much if not more than most others because of my close association wit the publication of such a paper.
Again, thank you for the letter and gift.
Roger Gaioni [Transcription ends]