Dated Nov. 24, 1943; apparently combined with another letter in an envelope postmarked Dec. 31.
I am well, happy and safe and I hope you all are the same.
I received four letters today, two from you all and one from Vince and one from Gene.
In one of your letters you said my cousins lived in Eboli. I rode all through that town about a month and a half ago. All that was left of the place was a huge pile of stone and debris, but the people were living there anyway. If I had known then that they lived there, I undoubtedly would have seen them. However, I might drop down that way in the future sometime and see them.
Send some air mail envelopes with the paper I asked for previously.
Love & Kisses,
PDF: ‘All that was left of the place was a huge pile of stone and debris’