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1943 Mar. 15

Dillon, Robert E.

Postcard from Robert E. Dillon to Mary Dillon

Quartermaster Replacement Training Center (Camp Lee, Va.) - Addressed to his mother: "Dear Min." Handwritten on postcard (Tichnor Bros. Inc) of colorful cartoon illustration showing a mother with her soldier son, and the caption, "Show me something in a size 36 for Elmer." A handwritten note identifies the cartoon mother as "Min," Dillon's mother.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1944

Dillon, Robert E.

V-mail fragment from Robert E. Dillon to unidentified recipient

India - Part of a v-mail facsimile with a cartoonish drawing of a rabbit and written sentiment "A long wish / with a short tail / Happy Easter!"

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1943 July 26

Dillon, Robert E.

Postcard from Robert E. Dillon to O'Day family

Quartermaster Replacement Training Center (Camp Lee, Va.) - Addressed to "Dear Doc, Grace + Eddie," his brother-in-law, sister, and nephew. Handwritten on postcard (Tichnor Bros. Inc) of cartoon depicting soldier looking back at a cannon, the seat of his trousers blown off. Caption reads: "Reinforcements needed to guard the rear." Dillon reports that he arrived at camp safe and sound and is about to start mechanic school.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1944 Dec.

Dillon, Robert E.

Christmas card from Robert E. Dillon to Mary Dillon

India - V-mail facsimile. Drawing of Santa Claus with his clothes hanging from some of the letters in the words "Merry Christmas." Written from Khanspur, India, now Pakistan.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1943 Nov. 22

Riggs, Maida L.

Letter from Maida Riggs to Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Leonard

England - With heading "Greetings from Britain," shows a cartoon by the political cartoonist Dick Wingert depicting men and women of the American Armed Forces and Red Cross enjoying a Christmas meal and opening presents. Maida includes a handwritten note: "Find me?"

Maida L. Riggs Papers

1945 Mar. 11

Nash, Herman B., Jr., 1926-2010

Note from Herman B. Nash, Jr., with two-franc note

Chicago (Ill.) - Unaddressed note to parents containing two-franc note, sent from France by Ed Intas, which Nash asks family to store for him. Handwritten on USO stationery.

Herman B. Nash Papers

1987 Apr. 23

McCormack, Mark H.

Letter from Mark H. McCormack to Frank Olson

Concerning the attached information from John Webber regarding 47 IMG London cars, and the enclosed article.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1987 June 15

Roggenburk, Laurie

Memorandum from Laurie Roggenburk to Kay Cutlip

Concerning the attached correspondence with the National Barbecue Tradeshow regarding the outstanding bill of $500 for copies of Mark McCormack's books. The original invoice was due in October, 1986.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1987 June 26

Robbins, Aynie

Fax from Ayn Robbins to Arthur Rosenblum

At McCormack's request, Ayn Robbins sends Arthur Rosenblum an expense report and partial back up information from Fred W. Heckel for Rosenblum's approval and to be returned for payment. Attached is a letter from Heckel to McCormack accompanying his expense report, which is also attached and accompanied by receipts, invoices, and credit card statements.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1987 June 15

McCormack, Mark H.

Memorandum from Mark H. McCormack to Bob Bagley

Communication and documents relating to an idea for a program called "Sportstraits," featuring athletes or offbeat sports such as skateboarding. Includes a list of suggested segments and a financial breakdown of income, staff, equipment, production and other costs.

Mark H. McCormack Papers