8 October 1942 – Queens, New York
I only have about 8 minutes in which to write to you. Well honey I love you and still want you more & more to myself. About the way I asked if it would be alright with you if I didn’t come around tonight. I[‘m] sorry hon I didn’t mean it the way it sounded. I like to see you every night. Tonight I have to go over Adam’s to a meeting of some sort of the Air Wardens. They are going to have a lot of speakers & awards. You didn’t say anything about going to Bellevue to give blood so I didn’t think of it either until this morning, but I guess your not going or you would have said so. Well my times up now. I’ll see you tomorrow night. We’ll go to the movies.
P.S. I love you.
PPS. I love you.
PPPS. I love you
Note: Air Raid Wardens were volunteers at home during World War II to watch the skies for signs of enemy airplanes, and protect the cities against possible bombings.