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Lethargy

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March 18, 1964
Kentland, Indiana

David, My Dear

Please, please, forgive your delinquent Grandma. I loved your letter, and have read it many times and while I cannot comment on all you have told me, I appreciate every word of it. 413 more words

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Real Jingle Bells Weather

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Dave Dear – Thank you for sending the album. Talked to your mother yesterday. She tells me you just slightly busy. We are having real jingle bells weather which means I am housebound. 67 more words

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Happy 21st Birthday!

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David, My Dear: I am getting this ready to give to the postman on his rounds in the morning, the only way I have of mailing letters now. 230 more words

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Life Magazine

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Kentland, May 9, 63

Dear David

I hope things are going well with you during your last lap of school year, and that you are enjoying it. 239 more words

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Christmas Pictures

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Kentland, January 17

David Dear

Just a line to say that I hope all is well with you, and that you are accomplishing all the hard work you told me was before you when you got back. 218 more words

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Diamond Lil

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Kentland, December 9-62

Dear David

You will never know just how much I have enjoyed the Mae West book. I was thrilled when I saw it, and it has made a dull and otherwise boring week and one filled with laughs and remembering of old times. 279 more words

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College Students at the Hotel

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Kentland, Oct. 31st

David Dear

At long last I have my old trusty typewriter back again, without which I am out of communication. It got a complete overhauling and it seems it took a long time. 426 more words

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