The Lisowski Family World War II
Postcard Collection consists of 24 postcards and 2 accordion-style foldout letters
containing military information and graphic illustrations about Camp Rucker in Alabama and
the "Military Activities of the U.S. Army." The postcards are written by sons Ben, Aleck,
and Stan Lisowski to their parents Peter and Grasilda Lisowski. The postcards document the
locations and activities of each person, including military training activities. There is
also a single postcard from "Wally" to Aleck Lisowski. The front of the postcards include
military photos and illustrations, as well as illustrations and photographs from around the
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