Arrived back in Wash. Yesterday aft. After a very dirty train ride am staying at the Blackstone Hotel on 17th between K + L Sts. Just around the corner from Mayflower + Statler. Very convenient. Address mail to 930 H St. as I told you. I have a weeks assignment at Services Club No. 1. Here in Wash. Maxine Bruce who was at C.P.H. was also assigned to this club. I am to report at 2:30 P.M. today. Don’t know what my hours will be. Took a world of things to be laundered + cleaned + pressed. Must wear civilian clothing on this assign. Just finished having my hair washed. It was wonderful sleeping between sheets again + to have glasses + cups + saucers to drink out of. Our group is all scattered now on new assign. I am in club recreation work. Won’t know until time to go someplace whether I shall land in rest home, club, camp, Clubmobile or what. Letter will follow soon as poss. Love,
 Camp Patrick Henry
Recommended CitationMetcalfe, Mary, "Letter Written by Mary Metcalfe to her Mother Dated November 23, 1943" (1943). Metcalfe, Mary. Paper 12.