Apartment Available



Thursday 10 February 1944

Dear Eleanor,

          Good news.  Mr. Diller phoned me this afternoon.  He said that there would be an apartment available the first of the month but he didn't think I'd like it.  However I made an appointment to go and see it tomorrow noon.  After I've talked to him I'll know better what the score is.

          I wrote seven letters last night including Miss Driver.  I hope everything is straight by now. 

          After I turned in last night, Levinson dropped in and we talked for about thirty minutes. He may ride back with me Sunday night.

          I am still watching the papers and if Diller promises something nice I'll stall until you get here.  I'd still rather move into a house.  I'm sure we can find something.  As a matter of fact I'll talk to Diller about it.

          Don't work too hard and keep you panties on (until Sunday) when I'll have more to say and do.  Trying to write here at the clinic with the corpsmen horsing around takes more concentration than I can compel.

          Adios Sweet, 'til tomorrow

Your lover,




"To furnish volunteer aid to the sick and wounded of armies......" and "To act in matters of voluntary relief and in accord with the military and naval authorities as a medium of communication between the people of the United States of America and their Army and Navy......"  The Charter of The American National Red Cross.  By Act of Congress January 5, 1905.