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A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Folks," most likely written in Owi Island, NEI.

Sgt. Flack discusses family matters contained in two letters from home he received that day.

Sgt. Flack writes that yesterday he sent…

A three-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Dad," most likely written in Owi Island, NEI.

Sgt. Flack writes that he is going to begin developing and printing his own film, asks for a list of supplies, describes where "Dad" can get…

A three-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Dad," most likely written in Owi Island, NEI.

Sgt. Flack writes that he's sending the letter to "Dad" because with the enclosed money order he wants to buy Christmas presents for…

A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to"Folks," most likely written in 1944.

Sgt. Flack discusses the intricacies of sending V-mail and the local weather.

Sgt. Flack writes that he found a "Sports Afield" magazine from May…

A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Folks," most likely written in Nadzab, New Guinea.

Sgt. Flack requests his "Candid" and the filter, and the "book on Weslon [sic] Meter Ratings."

Sgt. Flack writes that he received a…

A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Folks," most likely written in Nadzab, New Guinea.

Sgt. Flack writes that he received a letter from them dated 24 May that day and sends his congratulations to "Mr. and Mrs. Benson."…

A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Folks," most likely written in Nadzab, New Guinea.

Sgt. Flack notes that he has a head cold but feels better today than he did yesterday.

Sgt. Flack thinks he might receive some Coke…

A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Folks," most likely written in Nadzab, New Guinea.

Sgt. Flack writes that he is waiting to go to another outfit to take a shower. Showers are a daily necessity because of the risk of…

A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Folks," most likely written in Nadzab, New Guinea.

Sgt. Flack writes about his transfer, stating that he was unable to get along with the officers in his old outfit.

Sgt. Flack…

A two-page handwritten letter from Sgt. Douglas Flack to "Folks," most likely written in Nadzab, New Guinea.

Sgt. Flack discusses an article in "Yank Magazine" about a cook in his outfit that he enclosed.

Sgt. Flack writes that he saw "A Guy…