WWII;George Lyon;Walter Lyon
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Gloversville, N. Y.
Jan. 21, 1943
Bryant College Service Club
Providence, R. I.
Dear Miss Blaney:
Your letter of the 18th received today and wish to advise you that we had just received word from Walter on the 19th that he had received the package you had sent to him.
This package has traveled nearly five thousand miles to catch up with him.
First you sent it to Nashville and as he was home they sent it on to Gloversville. Walter’s leave was cancelled and the package arrived after he had gone back to Nashville. So I sent it back to Nashville; when it reached there he had left for Santa Ana, Calif. So they sent it on to him and as you will no doubt hear from him as soon as he can find time to write.
He is in Pre-Flight Training and must be very busy as we have only had two letters from him in three weeks.
Enclosed please find a snapshot taken when he was home.
Walter’s new address is as follows:
Thanking you for your very nice letter and with best wishes for your continued success in your service,
very truly yours,