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U.S.A., U.S. Soldiers, correspondence, San Francisco, CA, Sepulveda, CA, troops, postal service, postal stamp, women at home, U.S. Navy, air mail, Sailors, USS Canopus (AS-34), Spain, culture, animals, travel, going home, California, post-war hopes, post-ear planning, religion, sight-seeing, recreation and entertainment, illness, health and sickness
Paul Sweet; Carole Nelson; May 29, 1968; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Sepulveda (CA) -- History -- 20th Century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Personal Narratives; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Social conditions - 20th century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Social life and customs - 20th century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Women - History - 20th Century; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Regimental histories Navy; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Regimental histories Sailor; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States. Travel and description - Torremolinos, Spain; Vietnam War 1961 1975 United States.
Sweet, Paul, "1968-05-29, Paul to Carole" (1968). Carole Nelson Vietnam War correspondence. 6.
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