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7 August1945
exact date of 07 of August 1945
day of the month 07 August 1945
calendar day - 08 of August year - 1945
month of Augustdecade of the 1940s.
1900s century

To: Miss Jackalyn R White
Groton, Vermont.

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


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Dearest Jackie

How is everything up at camp Where are you sleeping this year I think that baby sister has your crib and you have a big bed or with mother have your caught a fish yet I be you have Has mother taken you for a canoe ride

How does Flash like it at camp What did you do with Kitty Is she at camp or did you leave her at home Do you go swimming I bet Carolyn and Sandra can swim If Daddy was then I know you could swim this year Maybe next year we can catch up Well must close for now will add more tonight or drop him to mother

Love Philip

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Dear Jackie
Well it is daddy bed time lights will go out in ten minutes I bet you are a sleep by now I sure hope so We had to clean Mortar after supper then went to the Px I had a letter this noon from mother also one from Judius mother

All my love

Dear Nelli
It seems to me that Tom is looking after cailene most of the time I was glad to hear that you got a couple of films I hope they come soon also the cigarettes We received the cookies they were very good and lasted about minutes I take it that Buster and his wife over going to live together I am a little surprised I didnt think they moved but it us best Where is Vivian I wonder about her Do you think the Smiths

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most of her money I was sorry you had to get rid of the rabbit but know that you had too How did Jackie feel about letting him go I am glad that you are to put on the work at the District meeting The only post motion who never sat in the east Tell Don I am sorry about his motor but he may be able to get the parts before next summer I have answered Arthur longs letter today Have you paid my does to the Chapter and Commandry If not so at once

Well must close
All my love

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