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CAPT. B. C. MULLEN, JR.
A. P. O. 485 N. Y. C.
79 FTR. Gp., 85 FTR. Squad.
APR. 16, 1943

BRYANT SERVICE CLUB
BRYANT COLLEGE
PROVIDENCE
R. I.

Your “V” letter of March 14th was received out here on this Western Desert [?] April 5th. That makes 22 days—and it ain’t bad! Many thanks.

Things are going well out here as you’ve seen in the papers—we’re moving around all the time. We miss most: fresh meat and sodas, candy, movies and all those things we took so much for granted while in the states.

Your mail and bulletins are more than welcome. What marks did Shors get at Harvard!! Wow! those new courses and time scare me, I’m glad I’m out of school. That would be to [sic] much to “sweat out.”

Hey—those chocolate covered cherries arrived (in good condition)—thanks. Your proud alumnus was promoted recently for some reason or other and am now a Capt.

Bernard C. Mullen, Jr.
Evenings ‘39
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