World War II


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December 24, 1942

Bryant College Service Club
Bryant College
Providence, Rhode Island

Greetings to you all:

H. M. W’s grand letter reached me yesterday, enclosing in the same letter, the November 1942 issue’s of “On the Campus” and “Bryant Alumni Bulletin.” All of these were certainly very much appreciated by me, and I want to thank the unknown “H.M.W.,” and the entire Service Club. Really, believe me, all of us in the Service really do, sincerely, appreciate your kind efforts and (it) must be a great deal of hard work for everyone, but we all find great comfort from hearing from you. I know that I can speak for all the others.

H.M.W.’s letter was surely full of all the student activity, which took me back to the “good old days” of the Class of 1935, Beta Sigma Chi Fraternity, Brother Vinal, Lee, Gulski, Richards, Harry L. Jacobs, and many others. I have not had the opportunity to return to the East since leaving in 1935, for a reunion or a visit, but I am looking forward to the day when I can. Hope it won’t be too far off!

By the way, will you please make an immediate change in your records, to show a Permanent Mail Address for me as follows:
W. E. Brahmer
c/o Mrs. L. H. Winell
Zillock Road, R.R. #1,
San Benito, Texas
Personal - Please Forward

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