Letter from Sidney Legendre to his wife, Gertrude Legendre, addressing the allegations leveled against him in the last letter he had received from Gertrude. Sidney tells her that he was not trying to rush her off the phone, urges her to give up on her attempts to join him in Hawaii, as the Navy has figured out all the tricks and she would not be allowed, and stressing to her how much he does love and miss her.
Letter from Sidney Legendre to his wife, Gertrude Legendre, discussing their work, how she could possibly join them in Hawaii, and Morris’s work success. Sidney continues in his letter to reminisce on time they had spent with their beloved dog, Clippy, lament over how much coffee and Coca-cola the officers in his office drink, and describing their meals.
Photograph of members of the Italian para-military group, Opera Nazionale Balilla, with drums. In the background is a statue of a member of the Opera Nazionale Balilla. Captioned: “Deccenial Opera Balilla. The monument was opened to the Balilla from the Duce al Foro Mussolini.”