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Letter from Bob Rastovich to Millie Chopp, May 8, 1945
This letter was written from Bob Rastovich to his sister Millie Chopp on May 8, 1945. The letter reads (all spelling and grammar kept in tact from the original):May 8, 1945
Well here it is V-E day - finally. I bet the people…
Letter from Bob Rastovich to Danny Rastovich, June 30, 1944
This letter was written by Bob Rastovich to his brother Danny Rastovich on June 30, 1944. The letter reads (all spelling and grammar kept intact from the original):
June 30, 1944
Dear Danny -
Boy you don't know how glad I was to get your…
Letter from Bob Rastovich to Marie Rastovich, July 17, 1941
This letter was written by Bob Rastovich to his sister Marie Rastovich on July 17, 1941. The letter reads (all spelling and grammar kept intact from the original): July 17, 1941
I suppose you are cussing me for not writing sooner but…
Bob Rastovich in his Army uniform with his mother, Anna Rastovich during his furlough home in 1944.
Two unidentified soldiers and Bob Rastovich lean against artillery somewhere in Western Europe near the end of WWII.
Chuckie Chopp and Bob Rastovich sitting on a fence during his furlough home in 1944.
Bob Rastovich sitting on the porch when he was on leave. Top: Danny Rastovich (sitting on porch wall), Helen Rastovich Barett (sitting on porch wall). Middle: Anna Rastovich and Bob Rastovich. Bottom: Mildred Chopp, Chuckie Chopp, and Martha…
Martha Rastovich, Bob Rastovich, and Helen Rastovich pose in front of the house window with service star flag hanging above.
Bob Rastovich in a doughboy helmet in Alaska with an Alaskan husky. Verso of photo reads, "Alaska husky (the dog I mean)"
Phil Bradetich, Bob Rastovich, and Dan Rastovich leaning against a car during Bob's furlough home.