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Sgt. Edmund J. Mastrovito
Hq. Co. R. R. C.
Ft. Devens, Mass.

March 25, 1943

Bryant Service Club
Bryant College
Providence, R. I.

Dear Fellow Members:

I wish to thank you for both the cigarettes and bulletin that I recently received.

It is a little difficult to write you as I know most of the Service Club members are of a younger generation than I. However it is good to hear of such old timers as Major Henry J. Lee. I remember very well when he taught us the finer points of accounting.

As you probably know I am assigned to the Classification and Assignment Section here at Ft. Devens. One of my jobs is to classify the new recruit, using his educational and occupational background as a basis. You can readily see that I have met many and classified many Bryant College students and graduates. I have to admit though that I knew very few of them personally. However I am sure there shall be more in the future and if they wish to contact me when they arrive at the Fort, I shall try to make their introduction into the Army a little more pleasant.

Sincerely yours,

Edmund J. Mastrovito
Edmund J. Mastrovito

[Note taped to corner of letter by BSC]:
WE CALL THE ABOVE LETTER TO
THE SPECIAL ATTENTION OF ANY
BRYANT MEN WHO MAY GO INTO
SERVICE LATER AND ARE SENT TO
CAMP DEVENS. REMEMBER SGT.
MASTROVITO’S KIND LETTER
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