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Letter from Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli to Daniel Mascioli, October 24, 1940
This is a handwritten, one page letter from Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli to his son, Daniel Mascioli. Written on lined paper with blue ink in Italian. Dated October 24, 1940.
Here, Leo tells his son that a fellow internee "Domenic" has been sent home. He also makes mention of the latest care packages that he received, stating that he didn't imagine the chickens would be sent by car. He also sends his hello to his daughter, Loretta, and her kids. He writes of his granddaughters: "I am pleased that Sandra speaks well and that Joan likes school. Remind Keith to not be as severe as a soldier with them. This way they'll love him more."
October 24, 1940
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