Category: Archives -> Document Boxes: Archives  
Donor: Alice & Ed Dennison
Location: Research Library -> Document Boxes -> Dennison Collection  
Accession Number: 2019.50.46  
Name of Object: Letter to Mr and Mrs. Dennison (20)  
Description: Letter from Ed Dennison dated August 15th, 1945. He puts the initials A.W on the letter meaning after the war. He talks about how he was excited to have the day off on the day the Japs surrendered. He talks about how everyone in Petoskey were celebrating the end of the war with crowds of people and peopel honking. He also mentions that people were dancing in the streets. He also talks about how he is excited that the rations were coming to an end. The letter is on faded white paper with a blue silhouette logo of a man holding a sign with the words Al Gon Quian on it. The writting is in pencil for both the letter and the envelope and the envelope has a purple stamp on the upper right corner  
Condition: Very Good  
Height: 3.5 inches
Width: 6.5 inches