7 July 1945

A transcript follows the letter images.



Afternoon Honey

How are you? Fine and dandy I hope.

I’m glad to see you can light up a Camel yet.—Helps a person write a letter doesn’t it?—Were smoking Chesterfields most of the time.—I like Camels better but we usually take what we can get and like it. Guess we’re luckier then you all at that.

I’m glad you are having such a good time at the club meetings—Bet there is really a bunch of cat fights going on before, during and after, or are these clubs on an amiable basis—Just joking.

Your giving yourself away Honey—If you can turn out so much housework is such a short time you won’t be needing any help from me will you? Wonderful!

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I see you are planing to set up housekeeping—Silverware yet.—Tsk. Tsk.—Well—Glad to see you are doing some planing—I liked the design O.K.—But then I’m not much of a judge of silverware—I imagine you know much mork more about that sort of thing.

About the trip to Detroit with your girl friends.—You can suit yourself as to whether you go or not. Don’t forget that you’lll be hitting the road with me soon—I hope—On the other hand—it will be your only chance this summer to get around—So—Suit yourself.

Yeah baby! I sure want to hurry home

Be good,—afternoon Sweetheart

I Love You

x Walt x


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