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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: WV0333.4.030

Description: Pozyck looks forward to the weather in the U.S. and has received letters Louis sent before he went missing.

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 sitting just out front of my tent trying to keep cool. The heat is still terrific. I would give anything to get back to a cold climate just once more. I have[n’t] felt any real cold weather since the last time I was at home.

I received a letter from you all on the 8th that was written the 30th. It’s always so good to hear from home & to know that all is well. If I could only have some word from Louis.

Also on the 8th, I got two letters & a Christmas card that Louis had written before he was listed as missing. One was a regular letter written Nov. 18, the other a V-Mail written Dec 1st in Germany. The Christmas card was dated Nov. 28th. All of them went to Camp Stoneman.

We are not quite as busy as we were for a while. Even though we still have plenty to do.

I got a letter from Aunt Bess to-day, written Feb. 1st.

There isn’t much other news, but I keep hoping & praying to God that we will have some good news about Louis very soon.

Lots of love, Annie Edith