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Letter from Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli to Daniel Mascioli, July 24, 1940
This is a handwritten one page letter from Daniel Mascioli to his father, Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli. It is written in blue ink on lined paper. Dated, July 29, 1940.
Leo tells his son that he received the care package of fruits and cigars and that the fruits were of ok quality. He mentions that he and his brother, Tony, are waiting for the results of their hearing. Leo assures Daniel by saying,
We are feeling well and I hope all of you are the same. Regards to Loretta, the children, and Keith and don't forget to cheer up Ninetta. Tony and I are always together. That's quite a consolation. We can discuss our trouble and pass our time much faster. Your dad, Leo.
Leopoldo (Leo) Mascioli and his brother Antonio (Tony) Mascioli were both interned at Camp Petawawa during WWII.
July 24, 1940
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