[Letter addressed to Cpl. Harry V. C., 33428766, 1409th A.A.F. Base Unit, European Div. A.F.B., A.P.O. – 741, c/o P.M., U.S. Army. Return addressed to Mrs. Harry V. C., c/o Mrs. W., 20 Black Street, Dundee, Scotland.]
20, Black Street
1st February 1945
My Dearest Husband,
Here I am again, but I am afraid this letter wont be very big darling as we are very busy to day, as there is plenty of planes flying.
Well Harry darling I am going out with Anna this after noon, to the dentist again and she asked if I would go with her, so I am going out with her (smile).
I will try very hard to write more to you darling later on.
We quit work here today at one o’clock, and that is us finished until tomorrow at one o’clock. We work all night to morrow until seven o’clock in the morning.
Please excuse me my precious but we are to busy and I will have to get the work done first.
Well darling here I am again and I am so sorry I will have to quit writting, so darling I wont send this letter to you today as it is such a small letter, but I start tomorrow at one until four, then start at ten until seven in the morning. I will be able to write a lovely big letter to you darling to morrow. (smile)
I will have to close just now.
All my Love darling
Your Lonely Wife
xxxxx Mary xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx