[letter typed on an air letter form and small portion deleted by censor] TOP PANEL I have been hoping also to receive a copy of the annual report for last year to see how they made out Ruth told Dorothy that they were having a fine month in February and they haven't been around looking for more cash, so I presume they have been able to keep their heads above water. We are really going into the chicken business on a back-yard scale now for we ordered 50 day old chicks to be delivered in Apr. That will leave us with enough to carry over. Good night and Good Luck, Dad Evans
PRISONER OF WAR POST KRIEGSGEFANGENENPOST SERVICE DES PRISONNERS OF GUERRE BY AIR MAIL PAR AVION
[US 6 cent air mail stamp, red, twin engine aircraft facing left, Scot Sc. #C25 ] AIR MAIL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
RANK AND NAME (CAPITAL LETTERS) PVT F/C BERNARD L. KEISER UNITED STATES PRISONER OF WAR. PRISONER OF WAR NO. (SEE NOTE ON FLAP) 88001 CAMP NAME AND NO. STALAG 7-1 SUBSIDIARY CAMP NO. NONE COUNTRY GERMANY VIA NEW YORK, N.Y.
11045 U.S. CENSOR RETURNED TO SENDER By [illegible]tion of the War Depart[ment] Undeliverable as Addressed.
IMPORTANT: FOR PRISONERS IN GERMAN HANDS THE PRISONER OF WAR NUMBER SHOULD BE CLEARLY INDICATED IF KNOWN. IT MUST NOT BE CONFUSED WITH THE ARMY SERIAL NUMBER.
W. D., P. M. G. Form No. 111 April 1944
[postmark] NEW YORK, NY JUN 19 10-PM 1945
FROM (SENDER'S FULL NAME AND ADDRESS) Mr. David Franklin Evans 315 Providence road, Media, Pennsylvania