March 29, 1942

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March 29, 1942

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Dear Virginia,

Just came home from a show, so I thought I would write. I received your very sweet letter and was glad to hear from you.

How is everything out in Niagara? There isn’t much change here, everyday about the same. I worked Mon. thru Fri. at the mill, and Sat. down at the gas station, today Beck and I went over to the coffee shop, dancing for the afternoon, and took in a show tonight. The show was swell, a good mystery, “Dangerously We Live,” was the name of it.

Don’t forget to write and tell me when you are coming home, I will try to get out to see you. I certainly wish I could see you more often, it gets awful boring around this town. Well there isn’t much to write about, so I guess I may as well close and go to bed. I was supposed to write another letter, but I think that can wait. So I will say good night, and “sweet dreams.”

Love, Harry

P.S. – I love you.


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