Monday, September 3, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got your swell Aug 22 number today and two packages from you too. One was a package of wafers with funnies and the other, the package of birthday cards you got. Also got a letter and package from Mom of four packs of butts. Sure was glad to hear from you as it’sContinue reading “Monday, September 3, 1945”

Tuesday, August 28, 1945

Dearest Gee. No letters from you today, honey, but I did get two little packages of funnies and gum, and that swell lighter. Several of the fellows have lighters like that one and they work pretty good. My Ronson you gave me is just about kaput. I still have it tho and will try toContinue reading “Tuesday, August 28, 1945”

Saturday, August 4, 1945

Dearest Gee. Thought sure I had a letter and a half today but it turned out to be the anniversary cards you sent. They were all pretty swell weren’t they. And for some reason or other they all wanted me and you to be together for the next one. Little do they know that weContinue reading “Saturday, August 4, 1945”

Friday, July 20, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got your nice long letters of July 9 and 10th today, and yesterday I got seven packages of funny papers you sent. Also the roll of precious film. Tusen takk! [“Thank you very much” in Norwegian] Seven pages is quite a letter. Your letters both had clippings in them. OneContinue reading “Friday, July 20, 1945”

Sunday, July 15, 1945

Dearest Gee. I got your swell July 1 letter yesterday, kid. A five page number too! I was on my way to Oslo on pass so didn’t have time to answer it then. I’m going to write this small so I can enclose these pictures. I’ve written on the back where they are. They wereContinue reading “Sunday, July 15, 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, March 29, 1945

Dearest Gee. Guess the mail is slowing down again now. I just got a letter from Chick telling me about him being in the hospital with yellow jaundice. You told me that in your last letter. He said Paul Wilson was in to see him. Also told me he hadn’t been to Nancy yet butContinue reading “Thursday, March 29, 1945”

Saturday, March 17, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got four nice packages from you today and one from Sis and one letter with handkerchiefs in it from Mom. I got three packs of cigarettes from Sis and four from you, and two packs of Sir Walter Raleigh pipe tobacco. The rest was funny papers. Sure thank you aContinue reading “Saturday, March 17, 1945”

Sunday, March 11, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got two letters today, honey, I sure have been sweating out. Since I got your letter about Eli I’ve been wondering how things were going. It sure knocked the props out from me. Today, I got your Feb. 27 letter and one from Mildred C. Of Feb. 23. She had written two lettersContinue reading “Sunday, March 11, 1945”

Sunday, February 25, 1945

Dearest Gee. I’m going to try and write you a letter but I’ve got visitors and you know how that goes. Write a line and then stop and shoot the bull for an hour. I had a little time this morning and dashed Billy off a line. I went to see Doug today for awhile.Continue reading “Sunday, February 25, 1945”