Sunday, October 15, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, kid, I got your Sept. 18 air mail and your 20th v-mail and air mail letters today. That’s about all I have to look forward to anymore is letter.The picture I sent Erv is of the first batch of them I had made in Rome. The other bunch was a larger pictureContinue reading “Sunday, October 15, 1944”

Sunday, October 8, 1944

Dearest Gee. Didn’t get any letters last night so this won’t be much of a letter. Just don’t have anything I can write about. I think you had the right name for those islands. That was the name of the whole group but I’ve already told you the names of the two islands. Wish IContinue reading “Sunday, October 8, 1944”

Wednesday, October 4, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got eleven letters yesterday and one from you the day before so I feel right good. Yours were four air jobbies and a v-mail of the 4, 6, 7, 11th and 12. Got a nice card from Jenny and one from Claude and Mildred. Got v-mails from Mom, Sis, and Mae. Two lettersContinue reading “Wednesday, October 4, 1944”

Wednesday, August 9, 1944

Dearest Gee. Long time no here again. Got a letter from Erv yesterday and that’s all. Maybe tonight I hope, the sack will come in. When I don’t get any letters then I haven’t anything to write about. Haven’t you received that package yet? Lawd, Lawd, wonder what’s the matter? It’s been almost two months.Continue reading “Wednesday, August 9, 1944”

Monday, July 31, 1944

Dearest Gee. Kinda hit the jackpot again. Got two airmails from you of the 18th and 22nd, 1 from Mom and 1 from Dad, and a card and letter from Jack + Hilah. Sure enjoyed them all especially Dad’s as I hadn’t heard from him in some time. He says he’s been writing on theContinue reading “Monday, July 31, 1944”

Saturday, July 15, 1944

Dearest Gee. Got your July 3 letter and Mom’s July 4 letter yesterday. They were both nice long ones too. You sure sounded kinda down in the dumps. Cheer up, I’m banking on the Russians getting this war over this summer. Might have to last to this fall. Can you get any more film? ThereContinue reading “Saturday, July 15, 1944”