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While You Wait (Gladys)

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10-11-45

Dear Daddy –

Thurs. morning. Just thought I would write and give you a letter “while you wait.” This should get to you by the time you get back to San. 461 more words

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Silvester Schiele

Aug. 16 45

Dear Folks – Vine wrote me some days ago that Roscoe was leaving for the west coast Aug. 17th. We hope now as Japan has surrendered you will be able to return to private life. 232 more words

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Meet at Grandma's

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Evanston Aug. 2

Dear Mother,

Just a line or two to tell you I think I’ll meet you at Grandma’s. Since you’re not coming till Tuesday that will give me plenty of time to plan things out. 59 more words

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David's 23rd Month and Second Birthday

Sometime during the month of August or early September 1944, the Yegerlehner family enjoyed a day at a local lake, or perhaps a trip to the nearby Missouri River. 242 more words

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Listening to the News (Roscoe)

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6/6/44
NFPS
LIBERTY MO

Dear Mother,

Most of the day was spent by the radio listening to the radio news. There is a radio in sick bay and we used it most all day. 386 more words

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Home for the Weekend

Roscoe did indeed make it home for the weekend. David reached the milestone of his 19th month while “Daddy” was home. Without an exchange of letters, the only remaining details of the weekend were recorded in the baby book. 223 more words

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Federal Figures (Gladys)

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Lt. R.S. YEGERLEHNER
(M.C.) USNR
USN BASE HOSP. #4
NAVY 133
FLEET P.O.
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.

MRS. R.S. YEGERLEHNER
KENTLAND
INDIANA

2-28-44

Dear Daddy – I talked to Agnes about filing the Federal and she wants the figures on the entire salary. 236 more words

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