Letter from George McCormac to Leona Perkins to Huntsville, Missouri.
Thanks her for writing often and says that whenever he gets to a place of peace he "will flood you with letters". Discusses the weather and a sand storm, being cold and unable to have a fire. Constantly sand and dust everyone, mentions it being "impossible to keep clean". Tells her he misses her and dreams of her every night. Leads into having to go overseas and that if they do have to leave "it will be a great experience". Thanks her for the candy she sent, and signs the letter: Yours with love, George.
|Date||January 14, 1918|
World War I
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