I was so darn dry all day

VMAIL May 10, 1944 Dear Ann, Here is a line to let you know I am ok. Hope every body back home is too. So Fred’s is taking care of Carl’s baby? I was wondering who was taking care of it. I wonder if Carl will ever get married again? Boy! I am tired. To Read more

the peanuts were gone the first day

VMAIL May 3, 1944 Dear Ann, Will drop you a line before I go to work this morning. It is now 9:30 we start to work at 8:00. I received the package in good condition, thanks a lot for it the peanuts were gone the first day. Frank and I even took some to a Read more

and told me who this Burton was

VMAIL April 23, 1944 Dear Ann, Looking through my back mail I found several of your letters that I haven’t answered. I believe the last time I wrote to you was Easter or couple days after. There isn’t much news, everything is runing about the same. I am feeling fine as I guess thats all Read more

no passes tonight in the ETO

How do you look in your glasses? England April 13, 1944 Dear Ann, I just wrote a letter to Sonny Bigelow so while I am in the mood I will answer your letter. I got it today. I lost Sonny’s address so I did not write to him for three or four months, Today I Read more

Coupleof the fellows are playing a guitar and singing.

VMAIL March 30, 1944 Dear Ann, I will try and answer a few letters to night. So will start on you. How are you and Rich. Last time you wrote you said Rich wasn’t feeling so good. I hope he is better he should be by now. or maybe he has a new sickness. Ha! Read more

Station F.E.S. Signing off

England March 17, 1944 Dear Ann, Here it is St. Patrick Day. Wish I were home to take in one of the many dances that will be in swing tonight. Lets see maybe they took place last night. I am send you part of the stars and stripes. Its another nice day. The sun is Read more

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