Edward Kedzior Short Snorter
On Father's Day, June 21, 2009, the Tulsa World ran a story about a man named Ed Kedzior and his dollar bill. No ordinary
dollar bill. No ordinary man. Ed Kedzior was born in 1945 in a Nazi labor camp in Erding, Germany. His parents worked on
the neighboring farms as unpaid workers. After the war, his family met some GIs at a displaced persons camp. The GIs
were fond of little Edward, now a toddler, and they helped the family improve their chances of immigrating to the United
States by signing their names on a dollar bill to be used as references for immigration officials.
Read the whole story...
FRONT SIGNATURES:







A. Gelement
 Detroit, Mich.



UNDECIPHERABLE






UNDECIPHERABLE



Marvin G???

Gilbert R. Butler
 Colorado


UNDECIPHERABLE








Pfc. Robert Kundt
 Wisconsin





Anthony Rejna


Pfc E. Roth (?) — Detroit






UNDECIPHERABLE







Walter L. Sagett
 Nashville, Tenn.
The Short Snorter Project
BACK SIGNATURES:   Pfc Ralph C. Langefeld - Cincinnati, Ohio                                               Pfc Albert M. Patton/Peterson?
   M.S. Tudzin - San Antonio, Texas        Elmer Parker - Minnesota        W.C.Taft
UNDECIPHERABLE  
                      Pfc Jim Eichler - Syracuse, N.Y.
Mike (left) and Ed Kedzior holding up Ed's short snorter which has a special place in his heart.