Diary of M.C. Webb of Virginia, 1942 to 1953, titled: "“a line or two a day.” M.C. Webb mentions her chores around the house, part-time work in a shop, going to church, singing in a chorus, reading, attending plays and concerts, visiting with friends, and helping with the war efforts. Also mentions correspondence and visits with her son Robert, who was a fighter pilot during World War II. All entries are very shot and often abbreviated.
The following information was provided by the seller and has not been verified at this point: "Robert Webb, the son of M.C. Webb was a staff sergeant in the Army Air Corps. He shot down a German plane and was in 10 raids over Sicily and Italy. He received a medal from the Department of War. He is frequently mentioned in this diary."
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