Tag Archives: 1944
The next Bronen brothers card was mailed September 9, 1944. It is from the batch of newer Bronen cards I got at my club’s show in the beginning of December. Jack mailed the card to their parents from Scott Field … Continue reading
I won the free soldier’s mail card below at an auction at my club’s postcard meeting in September. It actually may have been one I donated, because I don’t like when cards have the recipient’s name crossed out. But what … Continue reading
“Dear Mom + Pop, I still don’t know if I will have time to finish the letter I started yesterday, but I will send one to you, a big one. Love Jack.” Maybe Jack would be able to finish his … Continue reading
The last Bronen card I posted was postmarked February 23, 1944 from Murry to his parents. Several days later, Murry’s brother Jack sent him a postcard from Greensboro, North Carolina. “Dear Murry, nothing doing today, it seems we have the … Continue reading
The next Bronen Brothers card was again mailed from Murray to his parents, but he has since left Peterson Field. As of February 1944, Murray’s new address is at the air base in Mountain Home, Idaho, six months after the … Continue reading
This Valentine & Sons postcard was postmarked on Valentine’s Day in 1944. Pretty neat! The only thing that could make the back of this card better was if it had a a sweet message on the back!