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Letter from Daniel Mascioli to Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli, August 20, 1940
This is a typewritten, one page letter to Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli from his son, Daniel Mascioli. Dated August 20, 1940.
Daniel informs his dad that he has sent sheets and pillows for him and his uncle Tony - Antonio Mascioli. He also sent an English dictionary as per Leo's request and offers to send an English-Italian one if needed. Further, Dan writes: "I got in touch with North Bay about the fruit and told them to change the fruit dealer; please let me know if future parcels received are of good quality. I suppose someone was trying to get away with sending inferior stuff."
Daniel also tells his dad that the family businesses are going well and that construction is ongoing. With regards to the trial, Daniel assures his dad that news will come soon. He signs off with: "With best wishes to you and Tony and the hope that we shall be together again soon. Your son, Daniel."
August 20, 1940
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