|Scope & Content||
REMARKS:One  piece of Victory Mail [V-Mail], dated 8 April 1945, to Mr. Meade Cardinal from Helen Jane Sutter. Victory Mail was a program during World War II, whereby letters from U.S. military personnel were microfilmed for shipment overseas. On arrival in the U.S., the microfilm was printed into a standard paper format and delivered. Transporting microfilm rather than paper letters saved fuel costs and shipping space.
|Creator||Helen J. Sutter|
|Title||Victory Mail [V-Mail] from Helen J. Sutton to Meade Cardinal|
|Collection||ARCHIVES AND MANUSCRIPTS|