Rene Gagnon 1943 Autograph Letter Twice Signed -- With Detailed Sketch by Gagnon of Himself as an M.P., Guarding a Prisoner

Rene Gagnon autograph letter twice signed during WWII. In this letter to Pauline Harnois, Gagnon writes about his new assignment as Naval Prison guard in Charleston, South Carolina and draws a sketch of himself holding a baton to guard a military prisoner. Dated 27 July 1943, letter reads in part, ''...all I got to do is watch the prisoners. This place is heaven compared to what I had before...don't forget we're getting married as soon as the war is over, and from the looks of things now, it won't be long...Rene''. 4pp. on 2 sheets measure 6.75'' x 10.5'' on United States Marines letterhead. Accompanied by mailing envelope signed by Gagnon. Some discoloring on edges, else near fine.

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Rene Gagnon 1943 Autograph Letter Twice Signed -- With Detailed Sketch by Gagnon of Himself as an M.P., Guarding a PrisonerRene Gagnon 1943 Autograph Letter Twice Signed -- With Detailed Sketch by Gagnon of Himself as an M.P., Guarding a Prisoner
Rene Gagnon 1943 Autograph Letter Twice Signed -- With Detailed Sketch by Gagnon of Himself as an M.P., Guarding a Prisoner
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