A Letter from Francis Zebrowski to Washington College's President During World War II
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DescriptionA letter to Dr. Mead from Francis Zebrowski. Zebrowski says he hasn't had much time to find other Washington College students, but did see some action in the Pacific Front. He equates the feeling of battle to the same as the "rat party" here at school. He wishes he was back at Washington College, which must be beautiful during this fall time of year.
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