Camp Wolters Postcards

Postcards were an quick and easy and way to let family and friends know what was going on in the trainee's lives. During 1941 it only took a one cent stamp to send the post cards on their way; after 1942 they could be mailed for free.

Cartoon postcards were always popular, but many "picture" postcards were also sent showing scenes form Camp Wolters as well as the surrounding environs around Mineral Wells. The attached Photo Gallery shows some of the postcards mailed from Camp Wolters during WWII.
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