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Mar 16, 1943

Bryant Service Club:

I believe another acknowledgement is in order. Your package arrived at a very opportune time as we are still awaiting pay for February.

So all the Profs are getting their commissions. Rather nice for them, but it must leave Bryant rather under-staffed.

You can’t realize how the comfort of a barrack appear as luxuries after a few weeks in the mountains. Those maneuvers certainly make one appreciate civilization once more.

Our postmaster address is kept in order to prevent confusion when we change camps. All packages are required to be mailed only within the states unless accompanied by a request signed by the Enlisted Man’s C.O.

Bryant is one of the few colleges with any such organization and it’s a very happy occasion, indeed, when we hear from you.

Thank you and keep up the good work.

Sincerely
Bert Pinsonnault

P.S. Enclosed is a pamphlet of a spot we visited while on a 25 mile tour (walk) [Transcription ends]

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