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21 July1945
exact date of 21 of July 1945
day of the month 21 July 1945
calendar day - 07 of July year - 1945
month of Julydecade of the 1940s.
1900s century

To: Miss Jackalyn White
Groton, Vermont.

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


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Dear Jackie
How is everything at home Is sure would like to be there with you so we could go up to camp and go swimming We went swimming yesterday morning It was fun How is Flash do you look after him for Daddy I was glad to get the pictures the fellows all think you are pretty nice and you can bet daddy think you are the best How is little sister you see mother lets you hold her once in a while when you sit all still The picture of you holding her is very nice How did you like staying with Grammie when mother went after her I bet it was fun

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Flash stay down with you If Daddy had been home you could of stayed and keep house for him


Dear Nelli
I wrote to Jackie last night but didnt have time to mail it As luck would have it we left for the range a t instead of that gave us a little sleep We got here about seven tonight then I had to take out a special detail until Shower Shave and had minutes at the Px before it closed They say tomorrow is an easy day I sure hope so If we can only get off early i will go to Elbation I dont think there is

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any hope of it We have lost our good CO Commanding Officer Lt Wiley he is going back overseas also our field Sargent He is getting out of the army I am afraid things will be a little mixed up for a while if not for the whole cycle They say that they are cutting off one week as they are closing the camp for IRTC and making it into a reception center it is sure a hell of a place to send the boys coming back from overseas In the beginning it was a tank training center it is the first infantry training that has taken place here some where about Battalions of us

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will there isnt much more to write about I received the box of candy tonight and as I told Jackie I think the pictures are swell I also had a letter from Dot and Carli tonight Well I must close as we get up at tomorrow and must wash the windows before we fall out as we didnt have time for a house clearing YQ party tonight Inspection tomorrow We shot the BAR today at every range up to yards This next week machines gun They say it is an easy week

Love to all

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