Long lost love letters from WWII still in limbo
Love letters written nearly 70 years ago finally arrive at a home in Chicago but there’s a problem.
The woman they’re addressed to doesn’t live at the home in the Little Village Neighborhood anymore.
Martha Rodriguez now lives at 2713 S. Kolin Avenue and she’s trying to get the letters to the rightful owner, Dorothy Bartos.
They were sent in the summer of 1945 by a sailor at the Navy base in San Diego, near the end of World War II.
Rodriguez hopes getting the letters in the news will help her find the rightful owners.