Sonny Boy tells his mother about another package and letters he received. He describes his sleeping arrangements at his current location, from fox holes to hay lofts, commenting that he doesn't think he could actually sleep in a real bed. He reassures his mother not to worry about him.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives; Weather; Well-being; Letter writing
Digital reproduction of a 4-page letter
Hillary A. H. Richardson
Box C613, folder 3
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Smith, Sam Ellard, "Letter from Sonny Boy Smith to Pauline Smith; November 20, 1944" (1944). Ellard-Murphree-Pilgreen-Smith Family Papers Collection. 476.