Detail View: U.S. Military in War and Peace: Letter from Carlson to Lewis, 20 Jun 1945

Collection Name: 
U.S. Military in War and Peace
Subcollection: 
Nancy Lewis Collection
Title: 
Letter from Carlson to Lewis, 20 Jun 1945
Creator: 
Carlson, Louis
Subject: 
letters (correspondence)
Description: 
The letter begins with Louis Carlson stating that he is happy that Nancy and Juel wrote to him and wonders about their new house. Carlson then questions Nancy about her house and then offers to help her with the garden. After Victory-Europe Day (V-E Day), Carlson wrote where he was in Germany and what his unit was transporting. He then wrote how the government's release point system, but he was several points short of being release. For the remainder of the letter Carlson writes how important correspondence has been for him.
Contributor: 
Lewis, Nancy
Date: 
1945-06-20
Type: 
text
Identifier: 
narv_nancyLewis_carlson06201945
Source: 
U.S. Military in War and Peace
Language: 
English
Coverage: 
New York