Graeff, Susan Prowell, (1890-1967) to Leonard Eugene Graeff
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09611.146 Author/Creator: Graeff, Susan Prowell, (1890-1967) Place Written: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Type: Autograph letter signed Date: 18 November 1943 Pagination: 4 p. : envelope ; 25.3 x 16.9 cm.
One letter from Susan Prowell Graeff and Raymond James Graeff to Leonard Eugene Graeff dated November 18, 1943. Susan is glad his trip went well and lets him know the car is fine. She is sorry he has K.P. (Kitchen Police) duty and asks if 9 days on K.P. is longer than usual. Doris Brady called on Monday to talk to him, she wasn't aware he was in the service but saw him in uniform at the gas station. She was on a bus passing by and wasn't sure it was Leonard. Susan and Raymond went shopping the other day and spent half the day at various places. Susan has to go into town and see about some pictures that were being developed during the week. She also inquires if Leonard remembers how long the subscription to Reader's Digest was supposed to be as she just got a renewal reminder.
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