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Title
Ask the Service Men What They Think of U.S.O.--Call for Donations, San Bruno USO, ca. 1942
Contributing Institution
San Bruno Public Library
Collection
California Revealed from San Bruno Public Library
Rights Information
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Description
Newspaper advertisement requesting donations from the San Bruno and Lomita Park areas to support the opening of a local USO Club, ca. 1942. The USO Club, called the Hospitality House, catered to locally stationed and returning US troops, was open from July 1942 to January 1946. The Club was located at the old school on Elm Avenue (currently the San Bruno Park School District offices) and run by Mrs. Helen Pinkerton.
Type
image
Format
Copy
Clipping
Extent
25.5 x 21 cm
Unknown
Identifier
csbrp_000196
Language
English
Subject
Soldiers--California--San Bruno
USO clubs--California--San Bruno
Provenance
San Bruno Public Library
California Revealed is supported by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.

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