Document Type

Personal Letter


Katherine Trickey; WWII

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Tuesday Dec 5 [1944]

Dear Folks,

It must seem like a dream to Aunt Grace and to the rest of you to have all the boys home again. I can scarc[e]ly wait to get there myself. Of course, I want the boys to use the car if they wish. They can get extra gas on the leave papers if they have the registration of the car too I believe.

I will be leaving here Midnight next Wed. Arriving in New Jersey early Friday Morning and getting to Lewiston sometime Sat P.M. I thought it better to stop at Phil’s on the way home as I would have to leave on Xmas to have time enough to stop going back.

This is just a hasty note during the afternoon break. Don’t be surprised if my letter[s] are sort of scetchy between now and when I get home as I have much to do. I’ll try to catch you up on all the news here when I see you. Only 8 days before I start!

Olga left night before last for her furlough so I am alone in my room for the next two weeks.

Give my love to the boys and tell them I’m eagerly looking forward to seeing them.

Love to all


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