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Print the complete address in plain block letters in the panel below and [illegible] provided. Use typewriter, dark ink, or pencil.  Write plainly.  Very small writing is not suitable.
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No. ________
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[Empty space] (CENSOR'S STAMP)
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To Mrs Cecil Smith
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Toms Brook
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Virginia
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From
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T/5 B.L. Hottle 33537154
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(Sender's name)
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Btry C.  99th F.A.Bn.
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(Sender's address)
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APO 201 c/o PM
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San Francisco,
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April 24, '44
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(Date)
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Dear KaKa and all --
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We haven't gotten any more mail yet and you know how hard it is to keep writing when you don't get any.  I know that you, and a lot of the others have been writing to me, so I'll continue to do the same and hope for a big mail call soon.  I've been going swimming just about every afternoon and it's really great -- getting a good tan too.  Also been going to church every Sun.  In fact -- nearly every body goes -- good boys.  We had our first movie here last nite "True to Life" -- it's really good and my morale jumped up like the devil. I guess Mother took it pretty hard when Ralph was shipped over.  I was hoping they wouldn't take him, but I'm sure he'll come thru O.K. and probably get home before I do.  Has Cecil gone yet? 
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Love to you all
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Billy
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Revision as of 17:56, 26 April 2017

Print the complete address in plain block letters in the panel below and [illegible] provided. Use typewriter, dark ink, or pencil. Write plainly. Very small writing is not suitable. No. ________ [Empty space] (CENSOR'S STAMP) To Mrs Cecil Smith Toms Brook Virginia

From T/5 B.L. Hottle 33537154 (Sender's name) Btry C. 99th F.A.Bn. (Sender's address) APO 201 c/o PM San Francisco, April 24, '44 (Date)

Dear KaKa and all -- We haven't gotten any more mail yet and you know how hard it is to keep writing when you don't get any. I know that you, and a lot of the others have been writing to me, so I'll continue to do the same and hope for a big mail call soon. I've been going swimming just about every afternoon and it's really great -- getting a good tan too. Also been going to church every Sun. In fact -- nearly every body goes -- good boys. We had our first movie here last nite "True to Life" -- it's really good and my morale jumped up like the devil. I guess Mother took it pretty hard when Ralph was shipped over. I was hoping they wouldn't take him, but I'm sure he'll come thru O.K. and probably get home before I do. Has Cecil gone yet? Love to you all Billy

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