Dated Nov. 21, 1944; the envelope in which I found this letter has no postmark.

Dear Folks,

I am well, happy, and safe and I hope you all are the same.

My mail hasn’t caught up with me yet, so I am at a loss as to what to write.

You can send me a package now if you want to, but make it strictly in the line of candy (not hard), cigarettes or razor blades. Do not include anything else until I get out of here and get a place to carry it. I can just picture myself trying to find a place for the spaghetti and other stuff on the way in my bed.

That’s all folks.

Love and Kisses,


PDF: Mail Hasn’t Caught Up; At a Loss for What to Write

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