World War II;Al Wilson;Curt Dickenman;Ray Mancini;Gordon Mieklejohn
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UNITED STATES COAST GUARD
Wednesday, March 17, 1943
Bryant Service Club
Dear Mr. Chairman,
Thanks again for your package. I received it this week + was very thankful.
Since I last had a chance to write, some of Bryant’s alumni, who were stationed here with me, have left. Al Wilson ’40 is now in South Carolina in mounted beach patrol school. Curt Dickenman ’40 is in Curtis Bay, Maryland at Chemical Warfare school. Ray Mancini, another alumnus, has left for foreign duty. At the present time only two members of Mr. Gulski’s “Unholy Four” are left,, they being Gordon Mieklejohn ’41 and myself. Of course, as can plainly be seen, penmanship is still a virtue I lack. I am sure that Mr. Gulski will recall this scratch.
It is always nice to hear from the college as many happy memories are associated there. Regards to all + many thanks for the remembrance.
Kenneth B. Hazard ‘41 [Transcription ends]