March 2, 1942

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March 2, 1942

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Dear Virginia,

It seems ages since I last heard from you. Your Valentine was very sweet, and I enjoyed it very much. I wish I could come up to see you. I will some of these week ends, wait and see.

How is everything in Niagara? We had a strike down here at the chocolate works. It lasted 12 days. About all I have done for the last two weeks is stand on the pickett line. I am glad it is over. We won the strike, got our contract and our raise. I go back to work this afternoon in about a half hour.

How is school going? I wish I hadn’t sold my car now. If I had it I would come up on my weekends. Well. I have to start for work now, so I will close. Say hello for me to all your friends, your father and mother. Bye now,

With my love,
Harry


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