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4 July1945
exact date of 04 of July 1945
day of the month 04 July 1945
calendar day - 07 of July year - 1945
month of Julydecade of the 1940s.
1900s century

To: Mrs Phillip J White
Cottage Hospital, Woodville, New Hampshire.

From: PVT. P.T.White Co B 31st Bat 9th Reg
Camp Gordan, Massachusetts USA.


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Dearest Nellie
It is only the noon time but we have a few minutes and I wont tonight As I told you yesterday we were out last night for hours extra

Tonight it is only hour I think we get a ride in a truck tonight out to Booby trap Village Tomorrow the whole Company walks out and back It is only miles so we go back and forth each day Dr Campbell was right I have to see the CO for a furlough but

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I also have to get permission from my Sargent to see the first Sargent and from him to see the CO My Sargent whose name is Ford said it wasnt any use as I would have to show the telegram and that said you were both OK Did the boys have any luck fishing sure wish I could be there with them More Masons are showing up every day One came in and spoke to me about it last night

Well we go out for Bayonet Practice and Physical Training this

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It was real nice last night during the shower and afterwards but it better than all get out today Well must close for now will add some more tonight

Well the boys says we have got minutes more before we fall out I am glad that the watch runs down here the main spring seemed to be broken I like the new one fine it isnt too good looking but if it will keep time it all I want The watch strap wore out in three days The hot weather and sweat rots them out I like the bracelet fine but I am afraid that it will

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awful duty As you can see we have been to the Px and it bed time It is the first time that they have had any pens of any kind We have had a physical and got soaking wet twice since supper time Another thunder shower but it still gentle warm It rained like the devil

Well must close
All my love to my three June sweethearts

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