A transcript follows the letter images.
July 28, 1942
I love you. I love you.
I recieved your long letter you spoke of. That’s the kind I like about every week or so. I don’t expect long letters tho as I know how hard it is to write them when you write them so often.
It sure is nice of Twila to get you a set of silver ware—I didn’t expect anybody to do anything like that. I’m glad you picked out a plain set as I think they are the nicest. They look nice longer and don’t get old.—It must be a pretty good set.
So you think you might get a job in Warren unh? I hope you will like it if you get it and if you don’t I hope you get one you will like.
I hope we’re lucky enough to be able to use it soon—I sure hope so—We will be using it one of these days tho—I know that.
It seems to get hotter everyday here—but—Guess I will have to take it and like it.
I guess you know I love you, don’t you? I sure do—I think your the nicest, sweetest, (illegible cross out) lovliest girl I ever met and I’ll never meet another one as nice.
Thanks for the lovely letter—
I Love You
x Walt. x
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