December 1919

Post Exchange Notes

Volume 4, Issue 4

THE Post Exchange of the present day is the outgrowth of the old Post Trader's store, or Sutler's store of the days when the Service was young. In by-gone days every military post or reservation had its post store, and the post trader did a general merchandise and banking business for the officers and men of the command.

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