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August 27, 1943: Move to the river front & back to canning

(There are no letters between August 12 and August 27, so they must have gone missing.  The August 27 letter says nothing about a lapse, which Babe would have mentioned.) 608 more words

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August 12, 1943: Moxy Rodemacker's place & the Button Factory

My Darling,

It rained here again last nite, sure have lotz of it.  It’s real cool this morning, just like fall–maybe we’ll have another early winter.   287 more words

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August 10, 1943: Banty eggs & Eileen's sister

My Darling Husband,

I got two more letters from you yesterday, one was written June 29th and the other July 27, and got them both the same day.   350 more words

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July 31, 1943: "here to sip a cup with me"

My Darling Husband,

It’s Saturday morning and it looks like rain.  I’m just brewing some coffee.  Am wishing you were here to sip a cup with me–but as long as you’re not, I’ll write to you, my dear.   378 more words

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