Tri-City Ledger -

By Patsy Green
Guest Columnist 

Written letters can leave a lasting legacy

 

May 31, 2018

A card sent from Uncle Grady

A letter from North Africa, January 23, 1943:

"I will drop you just a few lines to let you hear from me. This finds me well and OK and hope you are the same. I still haven't heard from you, but I guess I will sometime soon.

Things have been quiet around here lately. I haven't had to duck in my fox hole for some time now. I hope I don't have to dodge another airplane while I am overseas. Oh well it isn't so bad over here. I just got some eggs so I will have them for dinner.

Do you ever hear from Percy? If so tell him to drop me a few lines sometime when he can't find anything else to do. Do...



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