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 Letter to Florence [4/17/1944]

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April 17, 1944

Dear Florence- Perhaps it is drawing it is a bit fine to expect this to arrive by your birthday- but if it gets there a bit late at least give me credit for remembering your birthday was in April. For some time I have been trying to get you some silver salt and pepper sets that see in the window of a little shop I pass frequently- but Lord knows when he is open for business for no matter what time I pass the place is locked up. And most every other kind of shop just has bear shelves. Silverware is about the only thing there seems to be anything of.

The first two cartons of cigarettes arrived to-day and also three letters, one from Nancy and your Mother as well as yours. Your mother suggests that as I ride them the country I stop at the letter I was and ask for Devonshire cream because the English maids

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