This letter from my grandmother, Florence Mauro, was written May 7, 1945. Inside the return-to-sender envelope, which was postmarked July 31, 1945, was the original envelope. Someone had written by hand, “Deceased,” with a return-to-sender stamp.
This is the first time a letter got here so fast (only 10 days) and were we waiting for it. Very happy to hear you are well & safe.
It sure was good to hear the good news from there. I know it is too soon to hope for anything yet concerning you. But I can dream, can’t I? At least maybe now you will get to see your cousins & uncle.
Try to send a nice picture of yourself in uniform.
We will send some to you as soon as we get them.
I am just going to Jersey to see Uncle Martin. Have you heard from them lately?
Love & kisses from all.
God bless you and keep you safe.