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Irene Dumond packs Red Cross package for her son Jack, a POW, March 1944

Irene Dumond packs Red Cross package for her son Jack, a POW, March 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1944
Caption
Mrs. Dwight Dumond, whose son Jack has been a prisoner of war in Germany for the past year and a half, is inspecting one of the Red Cross packages sent weekly to prisoners of war. The box contains a package of Army K-2 biscuits, a box of processed American cheese, four packages of cigarets, one pound of oleomargarine, 12 ounces of corned beef, one pound of powdered whole milk, 12 ounces of canned meat, a can of tuna fish, six ounces of a meat and cereal mixture, two ounces of instant coffee, sic ounces of peach preserves, a box of loaf sugar, a box of seeded raisins, four chocolate bars and two bars of toilet soap. The boxes sent overseas may vary occasionally, but the food value is always maintained.