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    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 1]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • Later Sunday Afternoon My darling: - Ever since December 25-’42, I've been wondering just how it would feel to write this first letter to you - No I am beginning to find out - You've been gone just a very short while, and already I am beginning...
    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 96]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 41 Friday 8:00 P.M. Oct. 27 My darling: I have some bad news for you tonight - but will tell you first of all that. Muz is or at least on Tuesday was doing as well as could be expected. Jean writes that Muz slipped and fell last Sunday - and...
    • Huntingdon Journal

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Letter from Warren Johnston to Bobby [Letter 91]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • In a stupid moments thinking there would be only 2 days’ break in mail, I told Henry it wouldn't be necessary for him to write you when he volunteered to. Next time I'll insist on it. #43 Wed. Nov 8th 6:45 pm Sweetie- What a goddam shame! I've...
    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 98]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 43 October 29 Sunday 2:30 P.M. Happy Birthday Wendy's darling daddy: Wendy and I sent our special love to you the minute we got up this morning and sent a little prayer that next year Wendy would be able to pop into bed with you and deliver a...
    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 21]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • Thursday Evening My darling:- It's just 9:30 and I'm ready to call it a day, tho not a bit sleepy - The apartment still swells orangey, and I'm bout ready to bust after drinking the juice of four oranges! My three large jars of marmalade look...
    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 173]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 115 Jan. 2 - 8:00 P.M. Tues. My dearest darling: So good to be able to sit down finally to write to you. I've been hopping all day, and am pleasantly tired. The mailman was especially got to us this morning - Two letters from you, and letter from...
    • Letter from Bobby Johnston to Warren [Letter 510]

    • Correspondence; World War, 1939-1945.; World War, 1939-1945--Women.
    • 453 November 8 - Thursday - 9:00 P.M. P.S. We have 6 of all the table things mats, coasters, chopsticks, and 1 long runner. Hi Darling, How's the cold - I hope its all better by now. Take good care of yourself, and it won't be long before I'll be...
    • Huntingdon Journal

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Huntingdon Journal

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Huntingdon Journal

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Huntingdon Journal

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...
    • Journal American

    • Huntingdon County Pennsylvania, Anti-Masonic, whig, Huntingdon County genealogy, Juniata River valley, early newspapers, advertising, politics, literature, morality, arts, sciences, agriculture, amusements, Standing Stone, primary sources.
    • The Anti-Masonic Huntingdon Journal was first published on the 25th of September, 1835. Under the direction of several owners and editors, the paper became the Huntingdon Journal and American in 1855 and then restored to the Huntingdon Journal in...

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