My very dear Johnny:
Well, how are you today? I hope feeling swell.
I suppose you often wonder why I put your complete address on my letters, being that usually is for business letters—not social! But you see, I am a very exacting and worrisome person so I think that if anything happened to the envelope etc. going overseas, the letter would be identification enough! Silly? Yes I guess so, but anyway I hope you’ll overlook my whim!..
Recommended CitationBlodgett, Corinne, "Letter Written by Corinne Blodgett to Private First Class John A. Albanese dated November 10, 1944" (1944). Blodgett, Corinne (Letter Writer). Paper 11.