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Cliff November 16th, 1942

Medical Corps training at Camp Carson

Medical Corps training at Camp Carson

“Dear Jean & Jerry,

Well, I may see you sooner than I had expected- I hear that over a hundred fellows applied for furloughs at Xmas time so a lot of us will have to take them sooner. A fellow who works in the office told me that my name was moved up to the first part of December. I’d rather wait until later, but it’s either take it when you can or not at all. I’ll let you know more about it when the list is posted.

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Beany October 22nd, 1941

Soldiers leaving Camp Wolters

Soldiers leaving Camp Wolters

“Dear Jerry,

Found out today that most of us are leaving Saturday for 13th Infantry at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina. It is close to Columbia which is the Capitol of the State.

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Beany October 10th, 1941

Army Recreation Hall

Army Recreation Hall

“Dear Jerry,

Boy today was a happy one. I got birthday cards from Mom & Dad, Eleanor & Winnie. Candy from Jean and you and a big angel food from the folks. I had to share the cake with the fellows around me but I’m saving the candy for myself.

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