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1944 Jan. 8

Langland, Harold D.

Card from Harold D. Langland to Clara M. Langland

San Francisco (Calif.) - Printed change of address form.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 2

Langland, Harold D.

Letter from Harold D. Langland to Clara M. Langland

Philippines - Reads that Leonard has been sent for a physical, but cannot see him drafted since he is running his farm practically alone.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Apr. 10

Langland, Clara M.

V-mail from Clara M. Langland to Harold D. Langland

Spring Grove (Minn.) - Asks what Harold means by shellbacks. Harold's allotment came through, but no bonds; believes they were a lot of trouble for the war department.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Apr. 27

Langland, Clara M.

V-mail from Clara M. Langland to Harold D. Langland

Spring Grove (Minn.) - Thought Harold might have moved. Has ordered an overseas edition of the Des Moines register for him. Just two people to do chores on the farm.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 July 22

Langland, Maurice

Letter from Maurice Langland to Charles M. and Clara Langland

Paris (France) - Joe left for Germany. Sightseeing with Joe in Parisl attended church together. Thoughts of Harold.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 June 11

Langland, Clara M.

V-mail from Clara M. Langland to Harold D. Langland

Spring Grove (Minn.) - Dreary and cold weather continues so they will have to feed the chicks sunshine vitamins.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 10

Langland, Harold D.

Letter from Harold D. Langland to Clara M. Langland

Philippines - Has not written because they are busy. Family. Has learned of the war's end in Europe and looks forward to the chance to "clean out the Japs."

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 Apr. 29

Langland, Clara M.

V-mail from Clara M. Langland to Harold D. Langland

Spring Grove (Minn.) - Lazy day. Walter won several ribbons for track and field.

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 3

Langland, Clara M.

V-mail from Clara M. Langland to Harold D. Langland

Spring Grove (Minn.) - Had both stoves going with the cold. Hoping that the rumors that the war in Europe is over are true; Joseph writes of how terrible it is over there and Plambeck writes of "prison camp horrors."

Joseph Langland Papers

1945 May 31

Langland, Clara M.

V-mail from Clara M. Langland to Harold D. Langland

Spring Grove (Minn.) - Cold day and still 20 acres of corn to put in. Tillie is now a news reporter.

Joseph Langland Papers