124th Anniversary Week: This Famous Private Told the Exchange Relevancy Story
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Always a friend to troops, cartoonist Milton Caniff gave the Exchange this cartoon of his character, Steve Canyon, on the organization's 75th birthday in 1970.
The Steve Canyon comic strip appeared in newspapers from 1947-1988.
Copies this postcard were given to Exchange customers at military installations during the annual observance of Armed Forces Day, circa 1961.
The Exchange partnered with the National Cartoonists Association to tell the Exchange relevancy story, 1961.
Sad Sack was an American strip and character created by Sgt. George Baker during World War II. The strip ran in newspapers from 1946 to 1958, although the comic books were published until the 1970s.