Thursday, April 19, 1945

Dearest Gee. Honey, I received that very fittin (?) pen today. It came through in fine shape and I sure do like it. You must have got quite a bargain. I’ve been showing it around and have had about a half a dozen offers to buy it already. Don’t worry, I sure don’t intend toContinue reading “Thursday, April 19, 1945”

Tuesday, April 17, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, this certainly was a surprise to get this stationary. I hope you haven’t impinged on any copyrights or patents. It came just a little late tho, since I’m no longer a member of said organization. Guess there is no law against using the stationary tho. Sure thank you, kid. The fellowsContinue reading “Tuesday, April 17, 1945”

Thursday, April 12, 1945 (second letter)

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I just wrote you a four pager awhile ago but that was before we had our mail call. I really collected from you. Four nice fat air mail letters of March 28, 29, 30th and April 1. I thought that was really making good time and it tickled me no end.Continue reading “Thursday, April 12, 1945 (second letter)”

Thursday, April 12, 1945 (first letter)

Somewhere in Germany Dearest Gee. Received your March 25 three pager a few days ago but haven’t had a chance to answer it until now. I’m sweating out a mail call today and I should pull in a few as I haven’t heard from anyone for a few days. Guess you know that the 11thContinue reading “Thursday, April 12, 1945 (first letter)”

Sunday, April 8, 1945

Somewhere in Germany. Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I feel pretty good today since I got four letters from you, a five pager typewritten from Mildred, and a four-pager from Mom. Your letters were dated March 19, 20, 22, and 23rd so they were fairly late ones which made it all the better. This is aContinue reading “Sunday, April 8, 1945”

Friday, April 6, 1945

Somewhere in Germany. Dearest Gee. Well, honey, guess it’s time I got off a few lines to you and let you know I’m still okay. I got your March 11 and 14th letters awhile back so will try to answer them. Don’t know when we will get any fresh mail but hope it is soon.Continue reading “Friday, April 6, 1945”