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1943

Dillon, Robert E.

Card from Robert E. Dillon to unidentified recipient

Quartermaster Replacement Training Center (Camp Lee, Va.) - A "get well soon" card illustrated with a picture of a puppy. Unaddressed and signed "R.E. Dillon (Bobby)"

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1945

Robert Dillon in uniform

Robert Dillon standing in front of barracks in his army uniform.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1943

Robert Dillon

Formal head-and-shoulders portrait of Robert Dillon in army uniform.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1940

Robert Dillon

Formal head-and-shoulders portrait of Robert Dillon, in suit and tie. Signed Brown (name of photographer or photography studio).

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1944 Oct. 10

Dillon, Robert E.

Letter from Robert E. Dillon to Mary Dillon

India - V-mail facsimile, handwritten. Addressed to "Dear Min." Written from Khanspur, India, now Pakistan. Writes wistfully of New England autum back home. Falling behind on local news.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1944 May 21

Dillon, Robert E.

Letter from Robert E. Dillon to Mary Dillon

India - Handwritten on United States Army stationery. Addressed to "Dear Mom," written from Khanspur, India, now Pakistan. Locked himself out of his duffel bag. Tells sister Clare that he will likely return to Massachusetts State College after war.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1943

Dillon, Henry, Jr.

Telegram from Henry Dillon to Robert E. Dillon

Portland (Me.) - Western Union telegram sent by brother Henry, signed "Hen": "HI GLAD HEAR BETTER ANTICIPATE THREE PASS WHEN YOU FURLOUGH

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1944 Aug. 28

Dillon, Robert E.

Letter from Robert E. Dillon to Mary Dillon

India - Handwritten on United States Army stationery. Addressed to "Dear Min." Written from Khanspur, India, now Pakistan. Sorry to hear of Uncle Jim's death; pictures him in heaven with a cigar and a beer. Thanks Thelma for photo of Sherry Button (not with letter).

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1944 Sept. 3

Dillon, Robert E.

Letter from Robert E. Dillon to Mary Dillon

India - Handwritten on American Red Cross Club-Recreation Center stationery. Addressed to "Dear Mom." Written from Khanspur, India, now Pakistan. Writes that there seems to be a Red Cross wherever he goes. Thanks for birthday cards and gifts, including Ellery Queen's magazine.

Robert E. Dillon Papers

1944 Mar. 18

Dillon, Robert E.

Letter from Robert E. Dillon to O'Day family

India - Handwritten on United States Army letterhead stationary. Addressed to "Dear Doc + Grace," brother-in-law and sister. Offers condolences for Doc's mother's recent death. Writes that he has good quarters, food, and liberty to visit nearby city.

Robert E. Dillon Papers