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[stamp] New York, N.Y.
[stamp] New York, N.Y. Jun 14 1945
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GOT A LETTER FROM HENRY HE WAS OK AND FEELING GOOD. ALVON AND VIRGINIA ARe OK. ALVON WAS HOMe BACK IN THE WINTER BUT I DIDEN'T GET TO See HIM. WELL WALLACE IT'S MY BeD TIMe SO WRITE Me We ALL LOVE YOU AS EVeR. FLOYD MARY AND KIN.
FROM (SENDER'S FULL NAME AND ADDRESS) M Floyd. W. Harris, 64 Ellis. St. Prichard. ALA. U.S.A.
PRISONER OF WAR POST Kriegsgefangenenpost SERVICE DES PRISONNIERS DE GUERRE BY AIR MAIL PAR AVION
[Stamp] Air 6 Mail Cents United States of America
Rank and name 1st Lt Wallace. A. Harris. (Capital letters) United States prisoner of war. Prisoner of war No (See note on flap) U.S. A.N.S. 0-395820 Camp name and No. STALAGE LUFT III Germany Subsidiary camp No. STALAG LUFT I Germany Country GERMANY Via New York N.Y.
[Stamp] RETURNED TO SENDER By Direction of the War Department Undeliverable as Addressed.
11783 U.S. CENSOR
VIA NEW YORK, N.Y.
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
[stamp] New York, N.Y. 11-AM Jun 14 1945