A transcript follows the letter images.
I Love You,
Nov. 24, 1942.
How is my Honey tonight?, O.K. I hope. I thought I might get a letter from you today but didn’t, maybe I’ll get one tomorrow. I hope so, it seems like a long, long time since I’ve heard from you. It has been only 7 days since I came here so I guess I have to give the mail service a little more time.
Say Honey, did you ever read “For Whom The Bell Tolls” I started to read it last evening—The author doesn’t hesitate a bit in saying anything he feels like. As far as I’ve went it seems like a pretty good book.
I don’t know just when I will take my recheck—Probably Thur. morning. I found out a way to bring it down, if it will only work. I hope so.
If I don’t get a letter soon Honey I won’t be able (
th) to think of anything to
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write about—my imagination is just about wore out.
We took group (phys) phsychological tests or something today. 8 solid hours of written tests with time limits on them—I mean they were tough too.
Well Honey—I will try to write a longer letter tomorrow,—Maybe I —whoa—guess I said that before. Well—I might get a letter tomorrow—maybe unh? —Well—Once more I’ll bid you
I Love You
I Love You
x Walt x
Got a big kiss for me? O.K.
I’ll collect on it as soon as possible.
I Love You x Walt x