MITCHEL FIELD, NEW YORK
September 2, 1943
Bryant Service Club
Yesterday I received a letter form the Bryant Service Club with the enclosure of the names and addresses of some of the boys in the service, and immediately found some addresses that I have been trying to get for a long time. I was also glad to hear that one of my classmates, Ben Scuda, is again safe.
I was quite surprised to hear that my last letter was not received by the B.S.C. thanking you for the cigarettes which I received, so I will take this time to make the apologies and express my thanks.
The letters that you receive from the boys in the four corners of the world must be very interesting as compares to this letter, as my work here is the same every day. It’s this reason I will end my letter short, not because the air raid alarm just sounded.
Charles J. Memmott, Jr.