Letter from Ingolstadt, photocopy of envelope and letter, 1945 June 29
WWII, World War 2, letters, Army, friends, visit
World War, 1939-1945; United States--Army
Both envelope and letter are on one photocopied page. The envelope is addressed to: "Mrs. R.L. Davis 1619 Boston Muskogee, Okla." Letter: Davis writes about seeing John (Griffin) again and notes that he hasn't changed. Davis mentions he has a investigation going on so had to run around a bit during the visit.
Pfc. Robert D. Davis, 18107121
CoE, I7E3, 3rd ECAR
APO 658, c/o Postmaster, N.Y.
Mrs. R.L. Davis
29th June 1945
Well, it worked out that John got up here, and it has sure been swell. He hasn’t changed a bit, in appearance or personality, need some photos we made of ourselves together we’ll send to you.
Unfortunately we had a terrific investigation going on at the time, and I’ve had to keep on the run for a lot of his visit. Still we’ve had a swell time, and I told all the maids that my brother was here.
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