TO the BRYANT SERVICE CLUB:
Thanks a lot for the Christmas remembrance which finally caught up with me. It is good to know that the ties that are made while attending BRYANT still hold good and that no matter what the Army does to make it difficult to locate one of its members, the mail finally does get through and reaches its destination.
I am now at Camp Phillips, Kansas and while the wind does howl over the plains the weather has been very mild, especially after reading how severe a winter the East has had.
Thanks a load for the Camels and best of luck.
EDWIN E. DUCKWORTH
1st Lt. 376th Infantry
Feb. 26, 1943