5 August 1942

A transcript follows the letter images.





Aug 5, 1942

I Love You,

Hello Honey,

Hello again—How are you?

I ask last night how you liked your job,—I see by your letter today that you like it O.K. Good. I sure hope you make out alright—I know you will.

You sure have been writing me some lovely letters lately, and Darling I sure do love them, they make me feel like a King—Ha—If I was only half as good and half the guy you say—I sure would be some guy,—Ha—I wish I could see you—Well Honey—Maybe I will some of these days.


We aren't doing much these days, just loafing—Wish we would do something more interesting.

My watch sure does look good now—I sure do like it—I guess because you gave it to me—I could love you and will love you and anything that reminds me of you, for the rest of my days.

This is going to be short Honey—but it is almost dark.


Until Tomorrow

I love you

Goodnight Sweetheart

I love you

x Walt x

(x xxxx xxx)

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