Wednesday, September 5, 1945

Dearest Gee. I got your swell number of Aug 26 today, kid, and a card from Sis. Twas one of those moron cards and pretty cute. I’d just as soon forget the birthday as I’m not planning on having any this year. If you can’t read this letter it’s because I was “out” last night.Continue reading “Wednesday, September 5, 1945”

Tuesday, August 7, 1945

Dearest Gee. Got three letters from you today, kid, and two packages. They sure hit the spot. They were nice long ones and had good news in them for a change. Sure am glad Chick is on his way — or should I say — home now? I’m looking forward to a letter from himContinue reading “Tuesday, August 7, 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, May 5, 1945

Dearest Gee. Lordy, honey, I sure collected the mail in yesterday. I got your furloughs of March 8, April 11, 15, and 17th, and three from Mom, one being a v-mail, and a nice card (Easter) from Mrs. Nelson. Be sure and thank her for me. Your March 8 letter had the picture of AnnaContinue reading “Saturday, May 5, 1945”

Thursday, November 9, 1944

Dearest Gee. Didn’t get any letters from you yesterday but I got a v from Mae, a letter from Erv and a swell can of mixed nuts from Rita and Mrs. Fleshner. Will you thank them for me — I pulled the same deal as once before — destroyed the box with the address onContinue reading “Thursday, November 9, 1944”