Trumbull – Dear Lad (3) – Mack’s Adventures – February 10, 1940

Letter written by a dog. Bow Wow.

"Greatest Generation" Life Lessons

This very creative letter was created by Dave, pretending to write as Mack, the family pet.

Mack - Snow Dog - March, 1940

Mack, posing for his snow portrait

DPG - Letter From Mack to Lad, 2.11.1940

DPG - Letter From Mack to Lad (2) - February 11, 1940DPG - Letter From Mack to Lad (3) - February 11, 1940

Sunday         Feb 10, 1940

Der brother Afurd,

I am miserable. Dick gave me a bath the other day, just because I went for a stroll in a fertile field. I wonder if I would no you if I saw you, I think I would. I would prably no you by your smell (don’t get me wrong). I’m getting fatter all the time. Zeke says it’s a DAM shame I don’t get fed more but he’s crazy. One day I went down to Center School to look around and I went in one room where a bunch of little kids and a rather plump teacher – I recognized the teacher as a girl I had seen befor. She started to teach me to read and write. It was…

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One thought on “Trumbull – Dear Lad (3) – Mack’s Adventures – February 10, 1940

  1. Hi Janet, Thank you for the re-blog. This letter says quite a bit about Dave’s creative streak. I am glad you are helping to spread my family story and letting your readers hear about this “Slice of Life” through the words of those who lived through it. Thanks again.
    Judy

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