1944 Oct. 9
France - Listening to the World Series. Saw the Cathedral of Chartres recently. Norman Foerster intend to settle in Chapel Hill and write.
Rockford (Ill.) - Has covered 224 miles en rout to Fort Custer.
1945 Mar. 28
Germany - Has a big job to d after the collapse that is coming. Purchased a painting.
1944 Sept. 20
England - Seeing England, Langland is impressed with the grandeur of the US. Baseball pennant race in the American League is very tight.
1943 May 17
Camp Wolters (Tex.) - Seeing a young soldier sobbing: "No one said anything to him. There was nothing say. He had just been called out of the lecture and handed a telegram saying his brother had been killed in battle." If called into battle, Langland will be thinking of Judy and his family: "And I have wanted to say for a long time that if I should go I would want nothing so much as that you... more
'Let yourself go and enjoy your birthday."
1943 June 7
Hutchison, Kenneth T.
Weymotuh Heights (Mass.) - Certifying Judy Wood as free of disease (for her impending wedding).
1946 Feb. 8
Munich (Germany) - Sending a printed menu for dinner and supper from the officers' mess: "From this menu you might judge we eat in style. Actually, we do. But I do not really enjoy it much."
1941 Sept. 12
Blair (Nebr.) - Received her postcard that she was a Bread Loaf. Is teaching English at Dana College
Fort Custer (Mich.) - Sending kindest Christmas wishes.