Mother's day V-mail from Joseph Walker, San Francisco, 1944
Contributed by Norway Historical Society
Corp. Joseph Walker sent his mother, Mrs. Arthur Walker, a letter containing the words "Thinking of you on Mother's Day." He sent this through V-mail from his base in San Francisco, California to Norway on April 28, 1944.
V-Mail was used for sending lightweight letters overseas or across the country during wartime. The V in V-mail stands for "victory." Notice on the front bottom the three dots and dash: That is the Morse code for the letter "V.'"
- Title: Mother's day V-mail from Joseph Walker, San Francisco, 1944
- Creator: Walker, Joseph
- Creation Date: 1944-04-28
- Subject Date: 1944-04-30
- Town: Norway, San Francisco
- County: Oxford
- State: CA, ME
- Media: ink and pencil on paper
- Dimensions: 25.7 cm x 20.5 cm
- Collection: WWII Collections
- Object Type: Text and Image
For more information about this item, contact:
Norway Historical Society
471 Main Street, Norway, ME 04268
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