Letters written from Private William M. Long during World War II. Most of them are to his wife, Glenora. There are also letters from Mrs. Long to her husband. Long was stationed at Camp Lee, Virginia. Long served with the Headquarters Detachment 13th Army Service Forces, Infantry Regiment while at Fort Lee.
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