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Image 20 of Frontier Nursing Service Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 37, No. 4, Spring 1962

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is imowrimn NURSING snnvrcm . om: MAIL BAG l From a Subscriber in the Shenandoah Valley: I adored the last Bulletin (Winter 1962) and Dr. Massies speech is splendid. I Ai especially like the interior view of St. Christophers Chapel. It is so lovelyall of it. ,. From a Navy Nurse: The Bulletin is a delight always. From a Friend in Dayton, Ohio: When the Quarterly Bulletin _ arrives, both of us sit right down and read it through. From a Friend in Vermont who is 90 years old: In spite of fail- I ing sight I read a good deal and I look forward to the days when A the Frontier magazine comes. Z From a Member of the Boston Committee: The Bulletin is the A most exciting delightful reading and I love every issue. From the Editor of a Department of a Great Newspaper: Of course you realize that the Bulletins themselves have a quality- literary, human, themselves inspirational-not too common in such publications. I always get something extra out of them. But you may not mind being told that too again. From the Chairman of our New York Committee: Since reread- ing Wide Neighborhoods several weeks ago and loving it, I have wanted to write you and tell you how impressed and moved I was. _ ? From a Friend in England: Thank you for continuing to send us the FNS Bulletin which so entertainingly keeps us in touch with 1 you all. Now we have a photo of your little Chapel to go with a Y previous one of the St. Christopher window. V

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