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Letter from Private Howard C. Wickert, 921st Quartermaster Company, to Reverend John E. Elbert. Camp Lee, Va., January 12, 1943 8:30 P.M.E.W.T. Dear Rev. Elbert: …So far I have been going to school all of the time. They are now trying to make a pastry baker out of me. I find it very interesting and also very helpful. I just finished Mess Sergeant's School a week ago so I have one week in at Pastry School. This is my last week at this school and do not know where I am going next. …. Yours truly Howard Wickert
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