1944 June 22
England - Ernest and Margaret Binns have given him an excellent painting of the English moors.
Augsburg (Germany) - Sending a request from a German woman to get into the house to retrieve potatoes: "It is so choice I have saved it for the record. I let her get into the house once to secure some things, and then on it was a flat 'no.' If the Germans have one characteristic it is this, give them and inch and they'll take a mile. That is the way they individually act!"
1944 Aug. 6
England - Hike through the English countryside with his friend Sigvald Holden, shocking the locals with their short shorts, among stone walls and small villages. Includes a pressed flower.
1945 Sept. 16
Augsburg (Germany) - Overseeing and writing for The Bavarian, weekly newspaper of the Military Government, working as a Special Services Officer. Writing seems impossible with how bus he has been; setting up sports teams; library and lounge.
1943 Mar. 21
Camp Wolters (Tex.) - Poem: "For Judith, concerning how spring comes." Will be at Wolters at leas one training cycle.
1944 Oct. 9
Sends affectionate birthday greetings.
1946 Jan. 23
Munich (Germany) - Found someone to replace him as historian so he can be redeployed, hopefully to Switzerland. Thinks Judy did right n quitting nursing: "You had to quit sometime anyway."
England - Glad to have talked with her on the phone.