Saturday, July 7, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got your nice June 21 jobby today, also one from Erv and one from Erwin Hanson. Erv’s was probably the last I’ll get since that was the one he broke the news to me in. He sure sounded tickled and I expect he was. Erwin’s letter was an old one of May. HeContinue reading “Saturday, July 7, 1945”

Friday, July 6, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got your swell June 24 letter today. It sounded like you were all out of breath from getting ready to go down to Uncle Sam’s. Hope you had a nice time. Did he ever get completely over his stroke? Glad the jacket came through okay. I debated a long time on whether IContinue reading “Friday, July 6, 1945”

Tuesday, July 3, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got five more letters today, honey, boy I sure can’t complain on that score now. I got your swell letters of June 11th and 20th, one from Mom, one five pager from Mildred C. and one v-mail from Carrie. So me Brudder Moon is coming home, hey? Maybe by the time you getContinue reading “Tuesday, July 3, 1945”

Monday, July 2, 1945

Dearest Gee. Lordy, the mail is sure coming in now and I hope it continues like this. Yesterday I got three packages of funnies and this tablet and comic book. As you probably have noticed, I’ve been using that Jerry paper. Then I got your swell letters of June 9, 15, and 16th, one fromContinue reading “Monday, July 2, 1945”

Saturday, June 30, 1945

Dearest Gee. I got your swell June 4 number today and another swell package from “Mrs. F. Bruns” which must be you. It was chuck full of candy bars, a little box of cheese tidbits, a box of crackers, and two bricks of cheese. We’re giving that hell now. Sure thank you kid and sendContinue reading “Saturday, June 30, 1945”

Wednesday, June 27, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got two deluxe packages from you today, honey, and I sure thank you lots for those. One was the can of cookies (and are they every good!) with the candy bars too; and the other was the box of two bricks of cheese things, candy bars, can of chocolate and caramels (mmmh) —Continue reading “Wednesday, June 27, 1945”

Saturday, June 23, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, this was another one of those days with the red letters. I sure got a flock more letters today. Sure makes me feel good, kid. I got your letters of May 10, 13, 20, 22, 23, 24, 28, and June 13. That last one sure made good time considering everything itContinue reading “Saturday, June 23, 1945”

Friday, June 22, 1945

Dearest Gee. At long last, honey, some mail came through. Seems to be fairly late mail too as your latest was dated June 8. I got your letters of May 28, June 2, 4, 7, + 8th. That was the postmarks anyway. Then I got a nice long one from Dad of the 6ht, oneContinue reading “Friday, June 22, 1945”

Monday, June 11, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I have never received any more mail since those letters a couple days ago. That must have been some sort of windfall. Now I’m getting nervous again. Maybe tomorrow. Went to Oslo yesterday and had a pretty good time. Sober too! There were four of us who went together. They haveContinue reading “Monday, June 11, 1945”