[Letter] 1942 June 29 [to] Irving

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Title

[Letter] 1942 June 29 [to] Irving

Description

Stoughton responds to Green's letter and assures him he understands the financial situation of being in the service. He also mentions the uncertainty of the future.

Creator

Stoughton, Clarence C.

Source

Wagner College Archive, Horrmann Library

Date

6/29/1942

Contributor

Wagner College, Staten Island, NY

Is Part Of

A complete index to the letters in this collection can be found here: http://library.wagner.edu/wagnerarchive/StoughtonPDF/Correspondence index.pdf

Format

application/pdf

Language

eng

Type

text

Identifier

Green2

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Text

June 29, 1942
Corporal Irving Green
4th Mapping Squadron
March Field
Riverside, California
Dear Irving:
I didn’t know that you were in the Army Air Forces, and was, therefore, glad to hear from you.
Certainly, I thoroughly understand your financial situation, and we had not expected that any of you lads who are in service, would be able to do anything in the campaign. It was good, however, to have your encouragement and I appreciate that thoroughly.
We have a rather large summer school this year, and everything is moving along very rapidly. We are, of course, very uncertain about next fall, but we shall manage to steer through somehow.
Cordial greetings from all of us.
Sincerely yours,
C.C. Stoughton,
President.

CCS/MH

Original Format

http://library.wagner.edu/wagnerarchive/StoughtonPDF/Green2.pdf

Date Digital

2014

Citation

Stoughton, Clarence C., “[Letter] 1942 June 29 [to] Irving,” Wagner College Archives and Special Collections, accessed December 4, 2022, https://wagnercollections.omeka.net/items/show/16306.