Familiar Faces, Familiar Spaces: Composing Home for World War II Soldiers

2019-02-13T12:14:20-05:00April 17th, 2018|Tags: , , |

On August 8, 1943, while the cover page of The Hartford Courant was crowded with stories of military maneuvers, diplomatic endeavors, and calls for action, a narrow column in the paper’s interior reported "Editor Seeks Correct Addresses of Men and Women in Armed Forces for Mailing Use." The editor was Jerry Hallas, publisher of Windsor News Letter for Men and Women in the Service.