AAF CONVALESCENT CENTER
REGIONAL STATION HOSPITAL
Pawling, New York
13 December 1944
Bryant Service Club
Providence, Rhode Island
Just the other day I received your very welcome Christmas gift, and today I received your letter, so I will take this time to thank all for both gifts. (That letter was just like a gift, believe me.) The candy was just the thing to send, and if you were to ask my wife about it, she would surely agree.
]I am still her in Pawling taking care of the Army Air Force overseas returnees, at least the supply end of it. I am still on the lookout for some of the boys that I knew at Bryant, and I knew went into the Air Forces. Maybe some day I will be able to write and tell you that I have finally come across one of the boys.
If the Bryant Service Club has a list of addresses, I would appreciate it very much if they could send me the addresses of:
Nicholas C. Coracci ‘43
Curtis Dickenman ‘42
These two boys were my best friends that I had while at Bryant, but since I have been in the Army, I have lost all contact with them.
Until we meet again, and I hope that it is soon, I am
Charles J. Memmott, Jr.