Beany July 6th, 1944

March 27

US Convoy Crosses Through Ruins Of Saint-Lo

US Convoy Crosses Through Ruins Of Saint-Lo

“Dear Jean and Jerry,

Sorry I haven’t written very often but I guess you can understand why I can’t always write.

I’ve received a few letters lately so perhaps you’ve gotten some of mine that were held up before the invasion. Hope things keep going successfully so we can wind this up.

I suppose you have nice warm Summer weather by now. See you’ve been golfing quite often. You’ll probably need to spot me strokes by the time I get back to the game again.

This again is only a short note but I’m going to write Tula a long letter soon and she can give you all the news.

Hope you are both feeling fine. I am and am anxious to get home.

Love, Beany”

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