My grandmother's World War II letter may be hard to decipher with its German-accented English, here cleaned up a bit so it's readable, but her love and devotion to her youngest son comes through the difficult syntax loud and clear. She's sending him whatever he requests and more, news from home, and enough affection and encouragement to fuel his heart and courage.
Letter Chicago, ILL, 8-25-43 My Dear Ebner, I am glad your cold is better. Please take care of yourself. I will send you another $10, but please send a card right back and tell us only that you had received [...]