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  • John Adams Papers 1919-1987

Letter from John C. Hunter, 1945

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Letter from John C. Hunter, 1945
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Hunter, John C.
Hunter apologizes for "the eccentricities of spelling and typing" with a "typewriter of continental type" with sticky keys. Knowing Jane Adams, he is looking out for buttons to add to her collection. Still with the Third Army, he is currently in "a fine German house," and "in very little danger" in the "chair-borne" force. The envelope is signed by the censor.
Jack Hunter; War souvenirs; War damage; ETO; European Theater of Operations; United States Army; United States Third Army; Spoils of war; Military censorship
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