Graeff, Leonard Eugene, (1920-2016) to Susan Prowell Graeff and Raymond James Graeff
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One letter from Leonard Eugene Graeff to Susan Prowell Graeff and Raymond James Graeff dated February 7, 1945. He received their letter; it took over 10 days to get to him. He comments that he is lucky as there were only four or five letters for men with a last name starting with G. He answers Susan that he still loves pineapple. He also mentions Lorraine Fencil, Joanne, Ms. Hoffman, Mrs. Brady and Mike Riccruit. He does not have any more information on Mike and believes that his censor is more strict than Leonard's and that is why he has not been able to tell his wife a lot. He also inquires about Russell Bradyâ€™s wife who lives in Norfolk, and inquires if Susan and Raymond checked in on her.
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