Letter Written by Leonard E. Sweeney to the Bryant College Service Club Dated May 17, 1942

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1942
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https://digitalcommons.bryant.edu/sweeney_war/3
Author(s):
Sweeney, Leonard E.
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World War II;Leonard E. Sweeney; American history
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[Transcription begins] May 17, 1942Just a short note to say that I received the swell box of candy you of the Bryant Service Club sent me. I received it yesterday. Well, I hope that everything is going along fine for everybody up there at Bryant, and I hope you people are not studying too hard, (the way I used to).Everything here is just about the same. I go swimming here, but the water is very warm, not like the water of the Atlantic up there, nice and cold.I will close now, but I will write again; and thanks again for the candy, it was swell of all of you.As ever, Len SweeneyP.S. Are there any boys from Bryant down this way? [Transcription ends]