The March 21 cover story on Fred Fox ’39’s role in the Ghost Army unit of World War II drew appreciative comments from readers at PAW Online.
“Another feather in Freddie Fox’s much-festooned Tiger hat,” wrote KERRY BROWN ’74.
“For alumni of a certain age, it is virtually incomprehensible that there could be generations of Princetonians whose lives have not been blessed with an exposure to Fred E. Fox ’39,” said JAN KUBIK ’70, citing Fox as “a consummate Princetonian and Keeper of Traditions.”
“What a fabulous story to add to our recollections of the day in June, 40 years ago, when Freddie Fox married my husband Phillip and me in the Princeton Chapel,” wrote KATHRYN WILLIS WOLFE *77. “We still remember him whispering, ‘We foxes and wolves get along well together!’ just to put everyone at ease.”
BOB DAHL ’78 added: “I’d love to see Princeton host the Ghost Army exhibit during Alumni Day or Reunions!”