Hey Vic....I, when my Nephew was married to the Grand Daughter of a 31st Infantry Regiment Veteran, was allowed to prowl thru some of his memorabilia, viewed a letter similar to those shown here. The envelope was addressed to this Soldier as follows...Rank, Name, etc, 31st Infantry Regt, Company H, Manila, PI. It was returned with the notation.."Post Office Closed". The really odd thing about it was the fact the letter wasn't mailed from the US until March 1942. Kinda sad that this Soldiers' stateside relatives still had the forlorn hope that a letter could get thru at that late date. As I have stated, several times on this and the Corregidor Forum, this Soldier survived the War, being liberated from Bilibid Prison in early 1945. I, somehow, missed this very interesting posting when you originally hung it out there for viewing. Senility strikes again. Cheers.