Henry, Carl, 1913-2001
Concerning a letter to his parents and some thoughts on their habits and ways of being, as well as Edith's mother. Bought food in nearby towns; can converse in French fairly well. Has learned from locals about how they fared during the occupation; French farmers were able to hide much of their product from the Germans. Americans are being welcomed. Discusses food bought and meals eaten and family news and suggests Edith accept Ethel's invitation to Provincetown. A few lines of letter are covered, and abrupt ending of letter suggests a page or more may be missing.