WWI Love Letters Returned to Soldier's Granddaughter

Collection of letters found in California in 1987 eventually makes its way to a relative in Oregon.
0:57 | 06/05/14

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It's a long lost love story letters from a World War I soldier in France to his wife for finally making their way. To their rightful owner 95 years later. It was 1918 when Nathan bird wrote these letters to his wife Lotta who lived in Phoenix now it gets complicated. After -- in -- more than thirty years ago a Pennsylvania woman reached out to a local TV station in Phoenix to help find the family. The station connected the name from a recent obituary and then to an address in Portland Oregon that of birds granddaughter the overwhelming at this point. You know it's. Am anxious to read all of them in time. Put the pieces together police sell out as John says she's looking forward to sharing these with the rest of her family and learning more about our grandfather.

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