Naturally, their letters continue after they marry and Jane returns home to Nashville; the fondness they have for one another continues to grow during their time apart. But it wasn’t long before they were together permanently due to Raymond’s discharge from the Army for medical reasons. But Nashville wasn’t their first home together; they moved back to Raymond’s hometown of New Rochelle where they lived for a short time. But like it always does, Nashville called to them, bringing them back permanently. Since my above paragraph doesn’t shed too much light on who Raymond was and how he relates to Nashville, allow me to explain a little bit of his story from what we know of his collection. Raymond was not originally born in Nashville, but in New Rochelle, New York in 1908.

At that time, Jane still lived here in Nashville, working as a lab technician at Vanderbilt. They corresponded for a short time before Raymond was tranferred to a location closer to Nashville. Womanista, though, has evolved into more than fashion, food and travel tips. But she also has found her own voice with her fashion/life blog called “Womanista.” Her twice-a-week entries reach online audiences between 5,000 and 25,000 readers.

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This entire letter is quite something actually, not only for how he is completely honest with her, but also because he goes into further detail about his assignment and the men of the 92nd. Read the full letter in the slideshow below, as well as a few of my other favorites from this collection including the letter when he first proposes marriage and a few after they’re married… As I was browsing through Raymond’s letters to Jane in September, trying to locate the one when he first references marriage, I stumbled upon one where he goes into further detail about his assignment in Alabama. In Raymond’s letter to Jane on September 24th, he begins by essentially laying his heart out there for her. He tells her more about his past relationships and encounters with other women, but how none of them could equal up to what they have.