250 WWII Letters Found in Hatbox Returned to Soldier’s Family

Posted by admin on May 28, 2013

It was 15 years in the making, but as of Saturday afternoon, 250 handwritten letters from World War II finally made their way home to the family of the two soldiers, also brothers, who wrote them.

“Oh, it was just the perfect way to spend our Memorial Day weekend,” said Teri Winnett, 58, of Kingsland, Texas. Winnett and her brother, Mike Harvill, are the children of Eural Harvill, one of the soldiers who penned the sentimental letters as correspondence with his family from 1940 to 1946.

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