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She is the worst family member of the Loud Family. She enslaves her family to watch her cats, eat moldy pudding that she offers, and to massage her feet. She lived in a small house.

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The Loud House features a cast of characters based on creator Chris Savino 's own experiences with his large family.

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By the thousands and with clockwork precision, Buchanan wrote to U-M students, faculty, staff and alumni serving in the war. She mailed letters, greeting cards, and copies of The Michigan Daily. Whether they were stationed stateside, recuperating in hospitals, or seeing action in Europe and the Pacific, students could expect to hear news about Ann Arbor from Buchanan. Her correspondence was staggering: 17, letters; 6, birthday cards; 7, get-well cards. Over the course of the war, she mailed more than 57, copies of the Daily to servicemen and women with U-M ties.

Buchanan Papers provide insight into the mindset of U-M students encountering all aspects of war: camaraderie, loss, boredom, culture clash, and a deep longing for home. It certainly is different than it was in peacetime. I think there would be just as many girls as there is now.

She saw them as nieces and nephews and requested they call her Aunt Ruth. They obliged by the thousands.

Dwight D. Eisenhower and Adm. Chester Nimitz—commended her support of U. Buchanan was an unassuming but dedicated receptionist at the Exhibit Museum, and most student-soldiers had no idea who she was when her letters arrived. But they were grateful that someone from Ann Arbor was reaching out to them, and in return they showered Buchanan with mail. Throughout the war, she diligently tracked her correspondence—and maintained boxes of index cards filled with mailing addresses—penciling in information that constantly changed as students were shipped to all corners of the globe.

Emery, a Engineering graduate and Navy officer.

Puts new life in the boys out here when we have a mail call. They invited her to their weddings, and shared news of promotions, honors and broken hearts. Several sent small souvenirs—military patches, postcards, foreign currency and photographs.

Still others said they heard from Buchanan more than from their own families. Arlie Reagan. He graduated in and served as a Navy Seabee in the Pacific Theater. Your cheery letters never fail to bolster our spirits and keep us going so we can get this thing over in Japan—just as our brothers in arms did in Germany.

The Emblem of Honor Association, which typically recognized women with four or more sons in the military, awarded Buchanan its coveted Emblem of Honor pin.

Buchanan far outranks any other woman in the country. I decided to write to maybe 25 boys.

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In the end it was almost 2, No theme runs stronger through letters to Aunt Ruth than memories of Ann Arbor. Recollections of campus life, from the mundane to the majestic, clearly sustained students and alumni throughout their military training and service. John Sterling Chase, U. Army Jan. We are kept busy most of the time. Now that war has started, the training program has been intensified and takes up the time left after our hours of duty in the hospital.

While there, I lived on the corner of State and Catherine. When my parents and sorority sisters get a little bit negligent about writing I still can get some word of Ann Arbor. So you see you are keeping up the morale of the boys in a second, indirect way. By keeping their wives happy and un-homesick is there such a word?

And something from home certainly keeps me happy since Ann Arbor is also my home as well as the place I go to school.

Philip F. Wicklund, U. I have many pleasant memories of the place. But so it goes. Later I got a more refined job in the Middle English Dictionary office. All I recall about it is a man named Price who spoke perfect English probably Middlebut whose son, for some loud reason, had a strong German accent. I had some fine times there trucking around.

But everything changes. Coast Guard Oct. However, it took me back to the old days and, in fact, made me rather homesick. I remember the first week I ever spent in Ann Arbor—it rained every day and my opinion of the place was none too high. Alvin C. Clark, U. I did so want to be there when the trees started leafing out again. George F. Ceithaml, U. I never thought I would become such an enthusiastic supporter of any organization. Stanley G. Waltz, U. Please assure all my friends I am well and happy and not concerned about the ruth.

This is the biggest show the world has ever seen, and I am proud to play a small part in it. Donzel Betts, U. Army Aug. I could see the Tower and Hill Auditorium as plainly as if I had actually been there. Shows I really want to come back there. Somehow I never got any further than the museum door. I was afraid of those panthers. Hildie A. Johnson, U. Bob Barrie of the Naval Air Corps. That college atmosphere is perpetual, I guess.

Although faces were different, still the kids do the same things and think and talk about the aunt things as when I was in house. James A. Baird, U. Navy Feb. The service still seemed far away, but looked like a lot of fun. It so happened that it was very close and not as much fun as I expected. More women and less men. I would certainly like to be back right now.

The spring at Ann Arbor is the highlight of the season to me. However, the islands around here are very beautiful. The colored coral also add a great deal. Wallace K. Klager, U. I would have liked to have seen there again, or better still to have been at home or in Ann Arbor. One of these days not too distant all the fellows will be back there again and things will seem normal again, at least to me.

Navy Aug. It bothers me, for while I was more than willing to give up my personal safety and desires to share the burden of war—I am now of the opinion, that the share I contributed, no matter how small, is all I expected to do and how I want to return to Ann Arbor and a life I do desire.

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There are many more like me and I also feel they are right. Arlie D. Reagan, U. Naval Hospital, Corona, Calif.

You, young lady, are going to have many callers from now on. Sure wish I could get back there sooner. The love of U-M football remained strong regardless of where students and alumni were stationed. Through radio broadcasts and dated clippings from The Michigan Dailythey followed the ups and downs of their beloved Wolverines.