September 6, 1943

September 6, 1943

Dearest Sweetheart:

I’ve just returned from having my evening meal. I noticed the paper and bought one to send to you the picture in it concerning Churchill’s surprise visit for a degree at Harvard. The one I wrote on is especially good, from this picture you can see how close I was to him, the only difference being that I was a little to his left and not to his right as the point from which this picture was taken. As you will note from the angle of the picture, he was standing on steps just above the level I was on in front of the Harvard Memorial Church.

Churchill at Harvard 1943.

Tomorrow is going to be a busy one, classes in the morning including an examination in “Army Morale,” and drill all afternoon until 10:30 P.M. tomorrow night with the exception of enough time for our evening meal. I’m not sure but our drill after the evening meal will either be a night march or a study in finding locations that will be given to us by degrees and so far from certain permanent land marks.

Well Sweetheart, I must close for now but remember I’m loving you more all the time. The Lord bless you greatly in measure to your faith and trust in Him.

Ever yours in His Love,

Willis

Philippians 4th chap.

Good Morning Darling:-

I’m sending a miniature picture for you today and 2 other pictures in a folder, the smiling one is for you, please give the other one to Normans for me.

Thank you dear, I love you more than ever.

With All my love,

Willis

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