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A: Mimeographed Faux card on white paper. Printed on one side: "this is to certify that Paul V. Nystrom was duly initiated into the mysteries of the Order of the Royal Dragon having crossed the 180 meridian on board the USS CF Huges on the 25 day of April, 1945. B: Newspaper article: "Tis Spring in Tientsin: And Young men Turn Heads Ta a Fassing Pancy (sic)" by Sergeant Robert Terrell C: Menu: White paper mimeograph Xmas Menu, Marine Air Base, Tsingtao China, Dec. 25, 1945. D: Ticket Stubs, Grand theatre, with Chinese stamps. E: Tickets: One red and one black, complimentary. Dated MArch 27, 1946. F: Card, with stamped Chinese characters. Five line table below. G: Flyer: double page white paper with b 7 w cover. "The Wars Greatest Photographs". H: Newspaper clipping: "To Pekin-Remembrance" a poem of Beijing written by Daphne Lea. O: Ticket, white paper, red Chinese characters. P: Note: "the enclosed ten dollar Chinese note, (1998.101.002) is currently worth 2/13 of one cent. Q: Flyer: " A Joint Fourth of July Celebration at French Arsenal Tientsin China, Thursday, July 4, 1946.
Post WWII ephemera of Paul Nystrom.
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