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Orrin Jay Van Syoc

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9 Feb. 1946

Dear Yegerlehners,

Hope the Navy thinks the Doctor has enough points to have released him by now. Civilian life seems good even though we don’t have an income at present. 195 more words

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Letter from Jim #5

Monday morning 28 January

Dear Sis & Co. –

We are here, in Florida. It is real warm. Just how long we are going to stay is a big question. 172 more words

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Letter from Aunt Jessie

so much thru the years to have these.

So hard to go on without Silvester but strength is given and I must carry on as he would wish. 130 more words

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Fingers Crossed (Roscoe)

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22 Oct. 45

Dear Mother,

Your letter written Oct. 19 came today and from it, it seems as if you are having your troubles with the heat, etc., get the house furnace fixed up and let the office go on at least don’t worry about it. 462 more words

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The Call Situation (Roscoe)

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Oct. 21, 1945

Dear Mother,

I missed writing last yesterday but called you instead and then when I called you I was so surprised, etc. 407 more words

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Duty Again Today (Roscoe)

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19-Oct-45

Dear Mother,

Unfortunately I have the duty again today – There is an alternate watch and I happened to be up on that about first and the one who was to have it today got sick so I’m taking his duty today – That possibly makes my last in the navy I hope. 139 more words

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Done for the Day (Roscoe)

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Oct., 18, 1945

Dear Mother,

I’m practically all done for the day except just now waiting for evening chow.

I’m very certain now that there will be nothing done to have our papers started before Nov. 527 more words

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