Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Wartime relo

For all those out there who think their last move was hard to coordinate, here is yet another example of why your parents and grandparents had it harder than you. No, they didn't have to walk three miles through the snow hauling boxes: they actually had to ask for permission. From The Man.

Our regular weekly donor, Dr. Charles Grossman, has again broadened our understanding of wartime America and the constraints faced by its citizens through his deposit of the following documents, which he needed to submit in order to relocate from New Haven, CT, to Vancouver, Washington, after his internship. (Click for larger images)

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