Sunday, July 9, 1944

Dearest Gee. No letter from you last night. I got a long one from Erv and a v-mail from Es tho. Erv wrote three big pages which is a record for him. I haven’t been doing so good by him myself. I answered his last night and that’s all I wrote. Wish I could findContinue reading “Sunday, July 9, 1944”

Friday, July 7, 1944

Dearest Gee. Boy has the mail ever been pouring in! In the last two days I got two delovely packages. One from you and one from Mom. The one from Mom had three rolls of film in it so I can romp again now. The developing end of the deal is the worst. The cookiesContinue reading “Friday, July 7, 1944”

Wednesday, July 5, 1944

Dearest Gee. Really rated on the mail the other day. Got three v-mails from you, a super colossal air mail from Sis, one from Mom, one from Mae, and one from Jack and Hilah. Sis wrote five pages typewritten which ain’t doing bad. Glad to hear you’ve started getting my mail again. It is badContinue reading “Wednesday, July 5, 1944”

Wednesday, June 28, 1944

Dearest Gee. No letters for two days now. Maybe I’ll get a flock tonight. After those six the other day, with four of them being from you, I guess there should be a slump. After reading the article on Wally Saathoff that was in the paper, there wasn’t much new I told you about him.Continue reading “Wednesday, June 28, 1944”

Sunday, June 25, 1944

Dearest Gee. I was a little under the weather yesterday so I didn’t write any letters. No, I wasn’t stiff. Just a light case of the G.I.s. Only received one letter yesterday and that was from Sis. Since you asked for all the information on Wally, I’ve found a few things I can tell you.Continue reading “Sunday, June 25, 1944”

Friday, June 23, 1944

[pages above are slightly out of order; the large middle page should appear between these two bottom pages] Dearest Gee. I wrote you yesterday before we had our mail call so I didn’t get to answer your questions then. Got your June 12 airmail, one from Mom, and one from Hilah. Your letter had theContinue reading “Friday, June 23, 1944”

Thursday, June 22, 1944

Dearest Gee. Certainly have been lagging behind on my letter writing. Got your nice airmail of the 29th, a v-mail from Harry, one from Coe, and one from Erv, and four packages of funnies from you, and last but not least the other packages you sent containing writing paper (which I needed bad) the pipeContinue reading “Thursday, June 22, 1944”

Sunday, June 18, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, you should be getting a package within the next year or two as I mailed one this morning. You divide, or rather give, Mom some of the things – and you’ll know what I mean when you get the box. I don’t know what you like for sure so take your pick.Continue reading “Sunday, June 18, 1944”

Wednesday, June 14, 1944 (second v-mail)

Dearest Gee. Hope you got the other one first or rather both of these together! Sure wish you could have been along with me, honey, we’d really have done the town. The only difficulty was the eating. The restaurants kinda sneak their doors open when no one is looking and then about the time youContinue reading “Wednesday, June 14, 1944 (second v-mail)”