6 November 1942

A transcript follows the letter images.


I Love You

Nov. 6, 1942

My Honey?
Why sure!

Dearest Ruth,

Hi [or Hy] Honey—Still able to navigate?—”Fine ting”—”You too can have a fine ting.” If you’ll only (have it) try.

I didn’t write last evening—I read too late—I’m sorry—because I didn’t get a letter today—Do you suppose it is because I got two the day before—Ha—”Tank you”—

I took another motorcycle ride today—am getting a little better—I can spin “em” around from a standstill and start out “atearin’.”—Ha—

Since I didn’t get a letter I hardly know what to talk about I suppose that is the way when I don’t write to you unh?

So you liked your roses did you—I tho’t the ones that Nellie (Fields) and I looked at were nice, but the

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Florist told us the one you would get would very likely be better then they, as he had had them on display for some time [separates sometime with an x]. I think you said roses are the symbol of love. I Love You.

I wish I could see you—I would like to very much—I always want to see you but more then usual tonight.

Well darling—I’m signing off early this evening—Too many guys bothering me—So—

“Kiss me my sweet—”

Goodnight Sweetheart

I Love You

x Walt x

Love Me?

I Love You

x Walt x

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