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28 September 1944
My darling lover,
I’m still seating out your letter today. It will probably be in this noon[‘]s mail.
Doggone it, I’ve got to get all my darn equipment together once more. Although it shouldn’t be such a tough job. Boobsie, I don’t know what it is but I’m a great one for accumulating things. I can just barely handle my bags (the kind you carry).
The day is a foggy one and the humidity is high—it will probably rain today. I had my Florsheim shoes completely resoled & heeled with the total costs—$2.00. Good job, too. I’ll run over to the barber shop now for a trimming. The hair on the top of my head won’t need cutting for months yet.
Are you sending me the camera[?] As soon as we can I’ll be sending you snap-shots of your manly (?) husband and I hope that you’ll do the same so I can have your gorgeous face before me always. Bye for awhile and here’s hoping we get a chance to throw in a few licks before we march into Berlin or Tokyo.
No greater love hath no man than my love for you,
Recommended CitationSpeert, Victor A., "Letter Written by Victor A. Speert to Edith Speert Dated September 28, 1944" (1944). Speert, Edith and Victor A.. Paper 122.