Betty Nowlen Walton '50

1946-1950 were the best days for anyone to go to Knox. It was when the GI's came back from World War II.

Robert Willett '50

Knox literally and figuratively saved my life. As a member of the 3659th Service Unit, ASTRP, the six months I spent from June until December 1944 kept me out of the Battle of the Bulge, the Okinawa campaign, and the planned invasion of Japan. How could you not love something that did all that?

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