Detail View: U.S. Military in War and Peace: Letter from Carlson to Lewis, 03 Dec 1942

Collection Name: 
U.S. Military in War and Peace
Subcollection: 
Nancy Lewis Collection
Title: 
Letter from Carlson to Lewis, 03 Dec 1942
Creator: 
Carlson, Louis
Subject: 
letters (correspondence)
Description: 
This letter begins with Louis Carlson stating the difficulties that Willis Newbold Jr. has caused because he has not continued to correspond with his family. Carlson then asks Nancy and Juel to have dinner with his female cousin, to help cheer her up since her fiancée was killed in Africa. The letter ends by Carlson asking about how cities have changed because of the war.
Contributor: 
Lewis, Nancy
Date: 
12/3/1942
Type: 
text
Identifier: 
narv_nancyLewis_carlson12031942
Source: 
U.S. Military in War and Peace
Language: 
English
Coverage: 
New York
Rights: 
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