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Roger B. Gaioni

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January 13, 1945

Dear Friends,

Your letter arrived here slightly after the holiday season and you may be sure that it was received with welcome.

But say, I was home for a White Christmas and would have dropped in to say hello had not you all been on your holiday vacations. It was a real Christmas day for this G. I.

A few of my former Bryant classmates and I are still in correspondence though the whereabouts of most of them are unknown to me. S/Sgt. George Scothan, Lt. Howard Karker (Fourth marine Division), M/Sgt William Quattrucci, Dorothy Tweedale and I still maintain contact. Two months ago on this field I was greeted in a chow line by Leonard Levine, also a member of the class of ’42; he was a sight for sore eyes.

I’ve completed one short course in basic radar and should finish the advance on within the next few months; then I feel sure that for a short time Bryant will observe another “return of the native.”

We appreciate your efforts in our behalf and may your energies continue to bring further gratifying results.

Sincerely,
Roger B. Gaioni
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