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PVT. JOHN GUDAVICH
347 3d. ORD. M.A.M. Co.
A.P.O. 230 C/O POSTMASTER
NEW YORK, N.Y.
JAN. 22, 1944

BRYANT SERVICE CLUB
BRYANT COLLEGE
PROVIDENCE,
RHODE ISLAND

Hello Folks,

A few lines to let you know that I received your Bryant bulletin, and it certainly was very interesting. I have been traveling around quite a lot since I last wrote you, and now I'm somewhere in England. You might be inquisitive about the change of rank--well, I'll explain that someday to everybody. Everything over here is all right with me, and hope things with you students are perfect. I just want to impress upon your minds that you are lucky people to be living in the States, for the people over here have so much more hardships to go through. They have seen the war here so always remember that when things get a little tough back home. I'll close now, and will write again in the near future. Take care of yourselves.

Johnny
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