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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked August 10, 1944

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darling, you're my best and most sympathetic audience!

I spent the whole afternoon all disrobed but for my underwear shorts, pooch! No, darling, no new lover - but wonderful, marvellous, unusual sunshine! Tonight my tummy's red, my back is boined [sic] - and I feel like a baked potato - but *oh* so healthy - and not a muscle in my body - *so help me*!!

The news is *terrific* - the Brest peninsula is just about ours - and two columns on the way toward Paris!! *Yipe* -! Gee, ma, I wanna come home - *to you*!!

G'nite, beeby [sic] - please keep healthy and happy - for *everything's* going our way. If only we can hold on a *little* bit longer. All my heart, darling - sweetest of sweet dreams until I'm right there next to you again - *so* close.

Yours

Teddy.

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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked August 10, 1944

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