Unopened WWII-Era Letter Found at Goodwill Store

A Florida woman is hoping to reunite the letter with the intended recipient's family.
3:00 | 03/05/14

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-- moving onto an amazing story that centers on two world war veterans one sent a letter to the other and it never Iraq you know we know that because the letter was just. Found in the back of a book by a World War II memorabilia collector as she bought the book -- goodwill store in Florida. This was addressed to Helen Rother -- a member of the women's army corps who was stationed at love field in Dallas Sargent Albert all sent that he was based in Palm Springs, California. Then marking Shalit was mailed in late spring in 19453. Attempts to deliver it were made. But it never arrived and the person who found it is leading the letter sealed. So who knows what it says inside -- -- hoping to. Get into the family of whoever this was supposed to go to and yet they can be the ones to decide how much is -- -- have a happy ending after all -- --

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