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Postmark: 11/28/1943

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Pvt. V. Misitano
Co. A. 350th Inf APO 88c
c/o Postmaster N.Y.
(This letter and all subsequent letters have an Army Examiner Stamp, signifying that the letter has been read and cleared by an Army Examiner - Censor)

Nov 28, 1943
Sun. nite, 6:30

Dearest Mother,

    Just a few lines to let you know that I'm feeling fine and hoping that you are the same.

   Mother, there isn't much to talk about here, in fact there's nothing we're allowed to talk about.

   I went to church this morning and the priest that said the mass really knows how to give a sermon. He kept us interested clear through the mass.

   All that we can do here mother, is go to the show and service club and church. We can't get passes to town.

   They had some boxing matches in the recreation hall Thur. nite and they were really good.

   Well mother, I'll close now, hope to hear from you real soon.

   I heard from Rosie here already, in fact I received 5 letters from her and one from Pauline. They ans. as soon as they got my card that the govt. sent out after I left Ft. Sam.

   Well mother, I'll close now with lots of love to you mother dear, daddy and the kids. P.S.

   God bless you mother and keep you safe always.

   Please don't worry about me mother because I'm O.K. and will always be O.K. Tell daddy not to worry about me either because I feel pretty good.

   Mother, there is one thing that I feel broken hearted about and that's not being able to see you, daddy and the rest of the family like Joe was able to do before he left. All we can do now mother is hope and pray for the best.

   Your loving Son,


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