World War II;Gardiner W. Congdon

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Somewhere in North Africa

Feb. 3, 1943

Bryant Service Club
Bryant College
Providence, R. I.


I am now writing this short note to thank [you] for the cigarettes which I received a few days ago, & for the Bryant Bulletin which I also received.

I read the Bulletin with great interest & I would like to get every issue of it as I am very much interested in the College events & of the friends I had a [sic] school & what they are now doing. Also I would like to inform you that I am no longer at Will Rogers Field, but overseas & my address is now:

Cpl. Gardiner W. Congdon
Hq. Hq. Sqdn., 316th Service Group
A P O #528-1
c/o Postmaster
New York City, New York

I see where a lot of my friends are now in the service a few of them like myself are overseas.

I would appreciate your cooperation in sending me the Bulletin and also to change my address.

Thanking you for your help & hoping to hear from you soon. I am.

Yours Sincerely,
Cpl. Gardiner W. Congdon
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