This collection contains letters that M. Robert Rosenberg received while serving in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II, as well as letters he wrote to Gertrude Rosenberg of Albany, New York. The collection also includes additional correspondence to Gertrude Rosenberg and a typed poem. Some items consist of multiple letters to M. Robert Rosenberg, Gertrude Rosenberg, or both.
M. Robert Rosenberg wrote to Gertrude Rosenberg about his military service at Lowry Field, Colorado, and Will Rogers Field, Oklahoma. He commented on his leisure activities, dates with "Rosalie," his attempts to publish a book, and the possibility of receiving a medical discharge. He received v-mail letters from friends in the army and a typed letter from F. G. Duffy of Neisner Brothers, Inc. in Rochester, New York, a potential postwar employer. A 4-page poem by G. A. Smith provides information about personnel stationed at Lowry Field in December 1943. Gertrude Rosenberg's other correspondents were a niece or nephew and a friend in Newark, New Jersey.