Brooklyn in Love and at War

History of World War Two Told Through Letters

October 21, 1944

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Alex darling –

Your mother paid me a surprise visit tonight, and then in came Anna and Edward. It was pleasant to have company this rainy night. this note will be short – but I am enclosing some of the Saratoga pictures to make up for it. By this time you must be close to home – so I hope I’ll see you very soon.

All my love, dearest,

Sylvia


Love and many kisses from your Mother

Dear Alex, I hope to see you very soon. We are here at your home, the Baby is very lovely. Eugene is in Belgium.

Love your sister,

Anna

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Written by Molly

June 1, 2010 at 2:09 am

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  1. On the under side: “Babe – hold on to these pictures. I have no other copies S”

    Zach

    June 14, 2010 at 3:04 pm

  2. [...] put up a letter from both Alex and Sylvia that were written on the same day. October 21st, 1944 (Sylvia’s Letter , Alex’s Letter). Both are fairly hastily written notes that technically overlap (and are in [...]


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