Brann, Clinton T., 1891-1961
Clint writes that he isn't bothered by Rhea spending time with other men because he's confident in their love for each other and wouldn't be swayed by any rumors he heard. She shouldn't base any of her plans on what he will be doing, since his own situation is so uncertain. There was a lapse in his letter-writing because he visited Koblenz and ran into a nurse he knew from a previous hospital he had worked in. They took a ride in a borrowed Dodge Sedan and he's thinking of dancing with her at an upcoming dance, although he wishes it were Rhea who was there instead.