Friday, July 24, 2009

Morgan Letters Sept. 11, 17, 1945

Davis Morgan and his father, Alexandria VA, 9.22.1945
The letter from H.B. Morgan to his son Grover Morgan in Alexandria, Louisiana discusses auto strikes and coal strikes at Red Cedar.
Eloise Morgan and Davis at a horse show in Alexandria, LA (9/22/1945)


The letter from Ellice Morgan talks about her cooking and canning. She also experesses concerns that she hasn't heard from her son Paul who should be home soon. With the war over, she hopes everyone will be home soon. Davis, Mother: Alexandria LA (9/22/1945 2 yrs. 7 mos)
Ellice also shows her sense of humor commenting, "Aunt Vic isn't coming back this summer tis to lonely here for young girls, I guess." (Aunt Vic was her husband's older sister)

2 comments:

Leah Morgan Korbel said...

I love the picture of Grover and Davis.
Can't believe how much alike, from the side, he and my father look. the eyes especially.

signals3_t5 said...

The Grover & Davis picture is really love....


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