Impatient to be home.

Aug 25th, 2012

3 rd July 1943

I am pleased to have had this week a letter from you and one from Hilda (dates may 1 st and 20 th respectively) and am glad you are all well and having a bit of summer. Billy tells me that Cotton shares are twice the price of 1940, very satisfactory. I am well and quite impatient to be home. But I shall live eventually far in the south.

Wilfred.

[This letter is on a postcard or Cartolina Postale – Admin]

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