The verso of this card reads: "NOTICE [double underscore] Guests wishing to order supplies are requested to sign 'Cash' to all vouchers and pay the club attendant when the supplies are served." It was found in a leatherette card-holder containing two photo identification cards or passes. One serves as admission to the Army piers at Bush Terminal in Brooklyn; the other, to the Hoboken port of embarcation. I had never happened to look behind these before. This was behind one of the two i.d. cards, inside an envelope just bigger than the guest card, bearing the seal of the Harvard Club of New York and the following stamp: "THE ENCLOSED CARD IS TO BE PRESENTED AT THE DOOR." Behind the i.d. cards were also some business cards, a membership card to the Brooklyn YMCA, and three one-penny Australian stamps.