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Date: December 7th 1944
To
Mother
From
Jack
Letter

7-12-44

Dear Mom:

Well, here I am again. I am writing this on the writing pad from Norma. I received you parcel last night & was it ever a honey. It was swell. I got two letters from you today.

I'm glad you feel alright after giving blood. I know you wanted to so much. Now you can feel better.

So Ed Scully is worried eh. Poor Ed. About that bond. It is supposed to go to you. However I believe that they are a bit slow in sending them so wait a while.

I'll let you know as soon as the canned stuff arrives here. I am writing this on my knee (no shaky table this time)

There are a hell of a lot of interruptions tonight. By the way did I tell you who I met the other day on the station? Sammy Glass. He shure looks well.

I got a card from Helen Slater (pardon Hall) yesterday. My mail is starting to come in now. This is going to be a very short letter since there are a bunch standing around talking & I can't concentrate at all. Joe and I are backing trying to write but it isn't much use so I will close this now & write you as soon as possible. Let me know when you get the pictures.

Your loving son

Jack

P.S. Norma says the place looks swell now. Hope I can see it soon. Jack

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