1944 Apr. 24
England - Postcard of hold half-timbered English estate with name and location excised: "Visited here on 23 April 1944. Some day I'll be able to tell you all about it."
1942 Aug. 1
Camp Swift (Tex.) - Was one of six men of about 100 called in for an interview to get into a "crack demonstration squad;" scored highest of all on the tests. Will be going to a dance with Austin girls, but finds it "not too cheering" to go with strangers.
1942 Sept. 16
Camp Swift (Tex.) - Thanks Judy for the balsam and maple candy she sent, a memory of New England. Has been assigned to deliver a lecture on morale for the demonstration squad. Reading Time magazine to keep "intellectually and culturally balanced."
Camp Wolters (Tex.) - Teaching the "illiterates" has developed nicely; tough job doing all the administrative work and training.
Camp Swift (Tex.) - In a glow after Judy's departure. Has qualified as a marksman and has been told he'd be recommended for officers' school.
1945 June 20
Bad Homberg (Germany) - Has written only one letter since learning of Harold's death.
1945 May 15
Germany - Encloses his general letter on Buchenwald with copies for others. "Please keep a file of these general letters. It becomes, in a small sense, a partial diary of a a small part o the war."
1944 Aug. 16
England - Requests five yards of good cloth for the Binns.
1946 Jan. 30
Munich (Germany) -
England - Mike sent photos of the two of them to mother, including one for Judy.