Monday, February 19, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, the guys are all getting kinda mad at me again because I seem to be getting all the mail. Boy it sure is piling up. Haven’t had much time to write any letters which makes me in arrears on the answering. First off, I got your lovely Valentine card, kid, andContinue reading “Monday, February 19, 1945”

Tuesday, February 13, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got six letters today and your package of envelopes and writing paper, thank you! I got your Jan. 24 and 25th letters, a handwritten job from Mildred C. of the 26th that I was glad to get; a nice letter from Florence and a card and letter from Coe andContinue reading “Tuesday, February 13, 1945”

Friday, February 9, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got four letters today. Two v-mails and two air-mails. Got your Jan. 10th v-mail and your air-mail of Jan 28th. Got a v-mail from Mildred C of Jan. 11th and a letter from Mom of Jan. 25th. Your two air-mails (Mom’s + yours_ was the first new mail I’ve received.Continue reading “Friday, February 9, 1945”

Wednesday, February 7, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got four v-mails and a package today. Not bad for a little guy, huh? Got your v-jobby of Jan. 16, Mom’s of the 15th and Coe’s of the 17th and one from Chick of the 22nd. The package was from Mae and had four candy bars, v-mail, a jigsaw puzzle, a book, andContinue reading “Wednesday, February 7, 1945”

Thursday, January 18, 1945

Somewhere in northern France. Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I didn’t get any letters today but I got a mighty fine package from you. It had mustard, two cans of chicken noodle soup, cookies, and candy in it. Thanks a lot kid. I’ve sure been hungry for something to piece on so now I’ve got it.Continue reading “Thursday, January 18, 1945”

Monday, January 15 & Tuesday, January 16, 1945

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I haven’t heard from you for a couple of days now, no letters from anyone today. Maybe tomorrow, huh! I’ve been dashing off letters like mad lately trying to get this new address to them. Haven’t written Coe or Claude + Mildred yet but figured they would find out right awayContinue reading “Monday, January 15 & Tuesday, January 16, 1945”

Thursday, January 4, 1945

Somewhere in northern France Dearest Gee. Well, honey, after I had written your letter yesterday we had our first mail call and I collected four, one of them being your Dec. 19th jobby. Sho was glad to get it too. Also got a letter from Mildred C, and one from Coe, and a card fromContinue reading “Thursday, January 4, 1945”

Wednesday, December 13, 1944

Dearest Gee. Guess my moaning must have brought some results in the mail line. I got six lovely letters from you today, honey, and four more from others. Also got three packages of funnies from you. Man, am I happy. One of your letters was that very fine Christmas card and letter. Sure thank youContinue reading “Wednesday, December 13, 1944”

Saturday, December 2, 1944

Dearest Gee. Well, honey, I got four letters and another packaged today but no letter from you. Maybe tomorrow. I got a letter from Chick dated the 23 and he was worrying about me. I saw a fellow that said he would be able to see Chick so I told him to tell Chick helloContinue reading “Saturday, December 2, 1944”

Wednesday, October 25, 1944

Dearest Gee. Lords Sakes, Honey, have I ever been getting the mail! It’s been coming in too fast to answer. I’ve got fourteen letters and three packages in the last three days. Your letters accounted for seven of that number. Four nice long air mails and three v-mails. The dates of the air mails wereContinue reading “Wednesday, October 25, 1944”