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Airmail Letter
Postmark: 11/06/1944

Return Address:
Sgt. V. Misitano
2628th Hospital Section
APO #698
c/o Postmaster N.Y.
(Mother's notation: Rec Nov 11th 44)

Nov. 4, 1944

Dearest Mother,

    Just a few lines letting you know that I'm O.K. and in the best of health and hoping that all at home are the same.

   I'm still in the hospital mother, only I just came to this one a few days ago by plane. I'm even further from the front lines than before. I don't think I'll see any more action mother when my arm gets better.

   My arm is almost better now so I guess I'll be leaving this hospital soon. Don't worry about anything mother because I'll be O.K. and safe.

   Mother my address is changed to 2628th hospital Sec. APO 698 till I get to a permanent outfit, so until you hear different mother, use that address.

   This hospital is in Naples and even nicer than the one I left. The food is swell and we get plenty to eat.

   Well mother I guess this is all for now so I'll close with lots of love to you mother dear, daddy and the kids.

   Your loving Son,


Supplemental Notes, Quotes, and Anecdotes:

Entrance to 300th General Hospital, Naples, Italy


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