Letter writing was an essential form of communication during World War II, from talking to family across county lines to exchanging messages with loved ones serving in the war thousands of miles away. Bob Hope received thousands of letters during World War II, and some are on display in the Museum’s special exhibit So Ready for Laughter: The Legacy of Bob Hope. Hope and his wife, Dolores, also sent thousands of Christmas cards every year, too.
Before the program commences, guests will have a chance to write a letter to a veteran that the Museum will deliver during the holiday season.
Program supported by the Bob & Dolores Hope Foundation, with special thanks to the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum.