Letter from Sidney Legendre to his wife, Gertrude Legendre, discussing his options of where and when to leave his Navy post and the post-war changes being made to the island. Enclosed is a letter from Robert F. Knoth to Sidney Legendre regarding the possibilities and profit of the timbering of Medway Plantation.
Letter from Sidney Legendre to his wife, Gertrude Legendre, regarding the atmosphere of the island now that the Pacific war was drawing to a close, the issues on the island with workers unionizing, and his new assignment in the Navy to present men with medals. Enclosed is a second letter from Sidney Legendre to Gertrude Legendre, regarding the business affairs of the dress shop and describing a house where he had attended dinner.
Letter from Sidney Legendre to his wife, Gertrude Legendre, recounting the events of a day off spent at the beach, boasting that he knows all of his brother, Armant’s, movements with the Navy, and telling of how Morris brow beat their captain into applying to have Armant join them in Hawaii. Sidney continues in his letter to describe their work with the Navy.
Letter from Sidney Legendre to his wife, Gertrude Legendre, regarding her trip to Lisbon and his speculations as to how the war will progress. Sidney continues in his letter to describe an account of the atmosphere of the continental United States he heard from a friend and compare it to what lives they are living “in the lap of luxury” in Hawaii.
Letter from Sidney Legendre to his wife, Gertrude Legendre, regarding a law suit they are planning to bring against the government, business affairs of Medway Plantation, and telling her of the drills they have to do on the Navy ship every morning. Sidney continues in his letter to discuss teaching their relative, Fifi, how to do the bookkeeping after her husbands death and a lunch he and Morris had with their Aunt Kate.