H. B. Morgan writes on Aug. 20, 1945 to Grover Morgan's family stationed in Louisiana. First, he still seems concerned about "the Jap die hards" and Grover possibly shipping out. But, then he talks about his grandson Garrett G. Morgan pictured above with his parents---Ethel and Clifford Morgan (circa 1942).
Then, he writes about the green car (100,750 miles), Paul, the progress on the garage and the closing of a plant which should get him some miners.
(I don't know who the boy is on the back fence, either---possibly a Bohan grandchild)
As in previous letters, she expresses her concerns that Garner may be drafted, Grover and Paul aren't "home".