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Rice-Varick Hotel
FACING MERRIMACK PARK
THEODORE ROBBINS, Manager

MANCHESTER, N.H. Feb. 1 1943

Gentlemen:

I received your lovely gift recently and want to thank you very much for remembering me. It really gives a person an added incentive to do his job well in the service when he knows that the people back home are thinking of him and wish him the best of everything.

I have been following the paths of my classmates in the Bryant Alumni Bulletin each time it comes out and believe me Bryant is doing one of the finest jobs in the country of keeping the fellows in the service informed of the whereabouts of their former classmates. I don’t think another College in the country is doing the job that the Bryant Service Club is doing as far as sending gifts and keeping the boys informed about the activities at home so again, I commend my Alma Mater on the wonderful job and morale building that you have done.

Thank you again for everything and I hope to hear from the old friends back home in the near future.

Sincerely,
Bill Grace [Transcription ends]

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