University of Saint Francis Sharing Our Past, A Visual History (University of St. Francis)
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CSF Students Write Letters - ca. 1946
CSF Students Write Letters - ca. 1946
TitleCSF Students Write Letters - ca. 1946
Subjectstudents, WWII
DescriptionDescription on the back of the photograph: "A letter a day keeps the blues away -- from the boys in the service, " is the opinion of girls at the College of St. Francis, Joliet, whose "Writing Sixty-ninth" brings responses from the fighting fronts and from the training fields. "You'd be surprised how much the letters help keep the boys happy and raring to go, " writes a soldier from Fort Jackson, South Carolina, while a sailor in San Diego writes, "Mail time is as popular as chow time around here."
Dateca. 1945
Typeimage
FormatTIFF
Languageeng
RightsAll rights held by the University of St. Francis. For permission to reproduce, distribute, or otherwise use this image, please contact libraryarchives@stfrancis.edu
PublisherDigitized by: Northern Micrographics, Inc. for the University of St. Francis
CollectionSharing Our Past, A Visual History (University of St. Francis)
Identifier00001245.tif
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