Monday, September 14, 2009

Letter from H.B. Morgan Oct. 8,1945

Above is Grover Davis Morgan, Jr. in Alexandria, Louisiana (Sept. 29, 1945) where his father was stationed in World War II. Doesn't this photo speak volumes about his life at that time?
The letter is from Harry Byron Morgan to his son Grover D. Morgan who was stationed at Esler Field, Louisiana. H. B. was a mine supervisor so he first talks about the mines and the possibility that the government (Govt) will be taking over the mines.
This B-24 Bomber didn't usually fly into Esler field, but had difficulties.
I think H. B. must be talking about the car which he said Grover could have when he gets out of the army.

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