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Letter from Brigadier General William C. Menninger, Army Service Forces, Washington, District of Columbia, to Fred W. Rankin, M.D, 1945

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u a Aw, ALL COMMUNlCATlONS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED To ‘°THE SURGEON GENERAL, U. S. ARMY, WASHINGTON 25, D. C." · _ ICTORY M N? gg; "'""““ I ARMY SERVICE FORCES F ·’». "X§ NRE? E RTO “SEM]H—— Or=F1cE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL I UR FE WASHINGTON 25, D. c. wGM;h IE E ~ 17 October l9i+5 · Brig. General Fred Rankin Lexington, Kentucky l 1388.1* Fred: While was out on the West Coast on a trip you managed to leave us and I didn't get to see you before you left, so want to take this occasion to drop you a note. While my message to you can be put into words, my feelings can't, but I want you to know how much I appreciated the opportunity of working with you, of learning to lmow you, and, most important, your warm and constant support of my efforts. I‘ve always regretted the fact that I had to move off the llth floor because, for the short time that our Division was up there, you used to frequently drop in and chat a bit, and once we got down here I'm not sure that you were ever in this office. ‘ I want to wish you the very best on your return to civilian , clothes and indicate that I’m envious of you. A day or two ago I got to look over the tentative con- stitution of the consulta.nts’ organization, and I think it's swell. y Sincerely yours, WILLIAM C. MENNINGER Brig. General, USA ‘ I