Oct. 17. 1944 6:30 P.M Tues.

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Dearest Jean:

Well honey I guess I’ll have to send this letter Air Mail so you get it before you leave. Just think a week from today we will be together. I hope you have a nice trip and be sure to be careful. I’m gong to have tomorrow off, so I can get a Unit. Try not to worry too much on the train and be sure to eat plenty.

Honey I think that subscription to Readers’ Digest was a nice thing to get Jack & Geo. I’m sure they will like that.

Well honey I’m having trouble writing again, all the good radio programs are on tonight. Next week we’ll be able to listen to them together. Won’t that be nice, I can’t hardly wait.

I received your nice sweet letter written Fri. I wish I could write like you do honey. Your letters are so nice and long. I have a hard time writing one page. I didn’t even go to the show tonight so I could write you one nice letter before you leave, but I guess this is going to be just like all the rest. So hurry out here then I can show you how much I love you. I don’t see how you could write nice letters after getting mine. Please don’t be mad at me.

Well darling, I guess that’s all for now, except I love you more than ever and miss you so much. Please take good care of yourself and Butch. And God be with you both.

All my love & kisses,

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Frank.

P.S. Won’t it be nice to get real kisses, instead of paper ones?

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