Amon Carter Jr, son of the Texas newspaper magnate, and lifetime stamp and coin collector, sent our a number of covers to the fictitious " Roy Carter " in the days shortly after Pearl Harbor. Pictured is an example he sent to Auckland, NZ. He had sense enough to send them by surface, usually underpaid. Amazingly like the NZ cover, a number were returned, but often months later. In December, 1941 he was stationed at Ft. Knox and was a Lt. with the 27th Field Artillery Battalion if the 1st Armor Division. The NZ cover followed him to Northern Ireland, as indicated by the APO 251, New York marking. The 1st Armor arrived in Northern Ireland in May, 1942. Does anyone else have more info or interest in these? In my 30+ years as a dealer I have seen a few from other collectors, but not many. I am sure mail was treated across a wide spectrum depending on destination, and the obvious confusion right after Pearl Harbor. Thank you in advance for any insights..