Letters from the Pacific # 74

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Letter # 74

September 29, 1945

Dear Mom,
I suppose you think I'm on the way home but I'm not. I'm at a replacement depot in Manila awaiting transportation to the states. I don't expect to leave here for another week or ten days. I just found out that my stay on the west coast will be very short. The usual procedure is to board a troop train from the boat and proceed to Fort Dix. I want you to write Aunt Etta and have her send the clothes back. I'm going to write to her tomorrow to make sure.

At the present time I'm waiting for Manny Feigin to finish washing so we can go eat together. I finally caught up with him. He was away in Australia when I arrived here and just got back. I'll be spending a lot of time with him until I leave.

That's about all I have to say for the present so I'll say so long.

My regards to all

Love Avy

P.S. Don't forget about the clothes. I'll need them badly when I get home.
P.P.S. Note the return address.

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