Farrow, Joel L., (1937-1995) to Doris Kitchens Farrow
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One letter from Joel L. Farrow to Doris Kitchens Farrow dated March 14, 1958. Joel updates his family on a change of address. He is now a part of the 41st squadron. He also mentions that a lot of the men in his old squadron are transferring elsewhere in Europe. He plans to send a box of his things home for them to hang on to for him. In a post script he mentions that greenbacks will be replacing script on his base soon.
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