World War II;Mr. Gulski;Mr. Shors;Harvard
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Paul B. Dwelly, Ylc, USNR
c/o Fleet Post Office,
New York, N.Y.
April 5, 1943.
BRYANT SERVICE CLUB,
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
Dear future alumni:
I received your most welcome V-Mail letter to-day and was very much pleased to hear the news. Majors, lieutenants and what-not in all branches of the service. There will be many a tall tale spun at the future reunions with a good deal of spice added, no doubt.
My congratulations to all who have attained commissioned ranks and how I would like to be with Mr. Shors at Harvard.
How the manners of the former Bryant students have changed! No one ever asked twice before if anyone else wanted candy, cigarettes, etc.
At present we are being well supplied with all of these items so I wish you would send my allotment to someone who would probably appreciate it more than I would at the present time.
What I would like to receive is the Alumni Bulletin more, more and more often. What say keed [sic]? Please extend my best wishes to Mr. Gulski. He remembers!
Class of ’39-Good Luck,
Paul B. Dwelly [Transcription ends]