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The Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project

Letter from Annie Pozyck to her parents, 1945

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Object ID: WV0333.4.006

Description: Pozyck writes that she is doing fine and learning a lot about playing Bridge. Pozyck tells her parents how to care for processions that she left behind and about her increased allotment check.

Creator: Annie Edith Sherrill Pozyck

Biographical Info: Annie Edith Sherrill Pozyck (1920-2007) of Concord, North Carolina, served in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II. After her discharge, she continued her nursing career, retiring from the Salisbury, North Carolina, VA Hospital after over twenty-five years in the profession.

Collection: Annie Pozyck Papers

Rights: It is responsibility of the user to follow the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code). Materials are not to be reproduced in published works without written consent, and any use should credit Jackson Library, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Full Text: Dearest Mother & Daddy,

Well, here I am back again with a few more lines. Everytime I sit down to write I wonder what I’m going to say. I’ve about run out of news.

Of course I’m fine, and I guess that is what is most important after all.

We’ve still been spending more of our time playing bridge, & I’m learning quite a bit about it. I hadn’t played in so long until I got on the ship.

I went to church a little while ago back on the deck on the stern of the ship.

This is a nice Sunday morning, except that it is pretty warm. I got a little sunburn on my legs yesterday.

I hope by this time you have gotten the keys to my foot locker & suite case, & have found the things in the bottom of the foot locker.

The things from Ft. McDowell should have come by now. They were supposed to have been sent about the last of December. The keys to them are tied on my suitcase In my barracks bag.

I wonder if my allotment check this month. I think I told you that I had increased it to $100.00. I’m not sure what I’ll do about my bonds after I get overseas. I hope I can keep them up.

Well, this seems to be all for now.

Lots of love, Annie Edith