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The Aztec News Letter, Number 17, August 1, 1943

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Post, Lauren C., Editor
On the front page is the first of many photographs showing women students at San Diego State. Here unidentified women are lounging on the grass by the Montezuma sculpture, captioned: "Faithful Forever." In the "commercial" reporting financial matters, he credits the 251st Coast Artillery (Anti-Aircraft) Regiment (formerly California Army National Guard at San Diego) for "putting over the next issue unassisted."
Newsletters; San Diego State College alumni; Veterans; Military service; Women in the military; Casualties of war; Military training; "The Aztec" sculpture; Coca-Cola; Military secrets; 251st Coast Artillery (Anti-Aircraft) Regiment; Home front (World War II); Faculty Dames
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