|Date||Wednesday, January 1 - Friday, February 28|
|Location||Exhibit Cases, lower level|
On display are ration books from the Goodman family, “The Automobile User’s Guide With Wartime Suggestions,” published by GM, “Magnetic Wire Recorder,” a classroom teaching manual from the Natick High School, SASSAMON 1942, dedicated to those departed to be soldiers, including the school’s principal Alfred A. Maffeo, and a poem from the SASSAMON 1945, “The Land Where Hate Should Die,” decrying discrimination in America.
The Diaries of Michael J. Cintolo: On Board the USS Yorktown, 1943–1945
While serving on the Yorktown, Mr. Cintolo kept a running account of events. “Boogies” is the most frequent entry. The Yorktown’s World War II cruise book, “Into the Wind,” is part of this display.
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