My dearest Johnny: —
I received your grand letter and was very happy to hear from you—moreso than you may think!!
Insofar as my throwing any light on the subject of whether or not it is correct form to print letters, here goes! Today anything goes with most people so I guess everything such as writing, typing and printing is permissible in letter writing. The main thing is to write the letter regardless of form—whichever is most convenient. Your friend may disagree with me but anyway, that is my opinion being you asked. Some of my girlfriends also agree that anything goes! Printing is much better than typing! But, I wouldn’t worry about that, honey, if I were you for you print lovely and I only care that you write me when you can!..
Recommended CitationBlodgett, Corinne, "Letter Written by Corinne Blodgett to Private First Class John A. Albanese dated July 23, 1944" (1944). Blodgett, Corinne (Letter Writer). Paper 7.