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The Aztec News Letter, Number 4, June 18, 1942

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Post, Lauren C., Editor
Jane Russell, the actor, writes that she was initiated as an "Aztec" or affiliate of San Diego State College. Post's introductory letter says the newsletter has a circulation of 800, to all "continents, except Antarctica, and to all of the oceans." This issue includes the first letter from anyone in the 251st Coast Artillery (Anti-Aircraft) Regiment, a federalized California Army National Guard unit from San Diego. It was also the first assembled using a donated collator, and the first with a drawing. A list of "faculty men on duty" contains 10 names.
Newsletters; San Diego State College alumni; Veterans; Military service; Jane Russell; Home front (World War II); Military training; 251st Coast Artillery (Anti-Aircraft) Regiment; The Co-Collator Company; Collators; San Diego State College faculty; Military censorship
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