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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, June 13, 1944

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were more than memories, - they were part of me and of you. Their mark was in my peace of mind and in the knowledge of strength that had come from loving and being loved by you. It wasn't remote - it wasn't imagined - it isn't something I'm dreaming up now to please you - it was there and it was part of me. Once you wrote me our love was an ever {ever} growing self prouctive thing, Junie. If ever I had any doubts of it they would have been wiped away in these past days. I found it strong and warm and from it I found happiness that kept me safe regardless of anything. I pray that you've found in it what I have, sweetheart. The faith I've found should be yours as well. Its [sic] the complete answer to loneliness and fear. It promises dawn when the night is unending and dark - for its known dawns before. Oh darling darling Junie - how wonderful this thing is that we share and have made our own! Please God we will know the joy of living our life together - giggles laughs, tears, fun - all just ours. How impatient we are - how eager and anxious and impatient - how

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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, June 13, 1944

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