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Known originally as the Insane Asylum of West Dubuque, the name of this facility was changed in 1909 to St. Joseph’s Sanitarium. It was located near the intersection of Asbury and Hillcrest Roads, and was run by the Sisters of Mercy.

A herd of dark cattle are grazing.

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St. Nicholas is pictured in white and purple bishop's attire, carrying a book with three gold orbs on it, two bags of apples, and a crosier. At the bottom, "Gruss vom Nikolas" is written in gold script.
The postcard shows a little, curly-haired girl wearing a green dress pulling on a red-faced, smiling Krampus head. The bottom right corner reads "Gruss vom Krampus!" against a white background.
Bust of Krampus in black with red background. Krampus is pictured smiling with horns and sticks in the background. Words included: "Gruss vom Krampus"
Red postcard with Krampus face in top right corner. Krampus hand is breaking through with a chain and is holding a set of sticks tied with a ribbon.
Krampus head at the left top corner of the postcard. He is smiling and sticking out a long tongue. His eyes are closed. Toward the bottom right of the card, there is a bundle of sticks with a chain.
Along with my monthly report comes a little note to let you know what keeps me occupied in interests other than the military.
Monthly report of the chaplain for October 1946 submitted to the Military Ordinate for the unit stationed at 26th Inf Regt APO 1, New York.
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