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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No mail today – maybe it takes it longer to get here if you address it to the station but on second thought I guess it’s because it was Sunday when you would have written a letter which should come today so that probably solves the mystery of the missing letter. 279 more words
Lt. R.S. YEGERLEHNER
USN BASE HOSP. #4
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
MRS. R.S. YEGERLEHNER
Dear Daddy – I talked to Agnes about filing the Federal and she wants the figures on the entire salary. 236 more words
Lieut. R.S. Yegerlehner
USN Base Hosp. #4
F.P.O. San Francisco Calif.
Feb. 9, 1944
One can just imagine in looking out the window that snow will start falling most any time for it surely feels that way but really it isn’t so cold. 510 more words
Jan. 22, 1944
I have not yet used all the money that you sent me for Christmas. With the stamps I had and with the money I got for Christmas I lack just a dime of having enough to by a bond so that’s what I’m going to use the money you sent me for. 306 more words