World War II;Myrtle Leighton Robidoux

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Washington, D.C.
23 April 1944

Dear Bryant Service Club,

I’m afraid my “thank you” is a bit delayed, but it is given with so much fervor as if it had been more recent for the lovely box of “goodies” which I received from you at Eastertime.

Your package arrived while I was on leave, so I did not receive it until my return. My leave actually was my honeymoon as I was married on April 10 at the Navy Chapel here, and I certainly wish some of my Bryant friends could have been present.

So I know you will forgive me for the delay, and I and my bunkmates certainly enjoyed devouring the nice things to eat.

It is a pleasant feeling to be remembered by our Alma Mater, and I hope the time is not too distant when we can plan for a post-war reunion.

Again, thanks a million--I enjoy the service letters you send out also.

Please note the various changes in my address.

Very sincerely,
Myrtle (Leighton) Robidoux
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