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Type: Letter, 4 Pages, Envelop

Description: The following transcription is of an envelope and letter written by George Stoff to his wife Florence Stoff when he was stationed in Hamm, Germany during WWII in 1945. The envelope and letter paper both feature the words "AMERICAN RED CROSS" in red ink along with the red cross emblem. On bottom right hand corner on the face of both letter pages has "FORM 539 A", also printed in red. The crossing out and additional writing on the envelope indicates that this letter was forwarded to a different address (Monticello, NY) than originally designated address (Brooklyn, NY). The letter is made up of two pages of paper in total, but both sides of each paper were used to write on. The envelope and letter paper both feature the words "AMERICAN RED CROSS" in red ink along with the red cross emblem. On bottom right hand corner on the face of both letter pages has "FORM 539 A", also printed in red.

Sender/Recipient: George Stoff / Florence Stoff

Date: June 10, 1945

Location: Hamm, Germany

Transcriber: Sydney Hammond

Publication Date

12-2015

Publisher

Keene State College, Stoff Family

City

Keene, New Hampshire

Letter, George Stoff to Florence Stoff, Hamm, Germany, June 10, 1945

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