Reblog: WWII Oldest Living Vet Birthday Card Request–Deadline 1 September

Another great American hero! I’d better get another card!

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The following info is from the National World War II Museum’s Facebook Page. Deadline is 9/1. 

Mr Brooks, Oldest LIving WWII Vet Mr Lawrence. Brooks, America’s oldest living WWII et.  Now and then–still looks about the same

This year, the birthday celebration of America’s oldest living WWII veteran Lawrence Brooks will look a little different. With the global pandemic, we must forgo our traditional get together in favor of some socially distanced fun. Mr. Brooks, a New Orleans native, will turn 111 this year, and we are asking everyone to send in birthday cards to the Museum so that we can deliver them to his home. Please send your card to the address below by Tuesday, September 1:

Please send your card to the address below by Tuesday, September 1:

The National WWII Museum
c/o Happy 111th Mr. Brooks!
945 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

Watch Mr. Brook’s Oral History:

Read an article from his…

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13 thoughts on “Reblog: WWII Oldest Living Vet Birthday Card Request–Deadline 1 September”

  1. Thanks, DC. I saw this over at Pat’s blog and copied the address. I read that article about him too, I hate the thought of losing all these fantastic people!

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