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 Letter to Barbara, Nancy, and Florence [5/1/1944]

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May 1, 1944

Dear Barbara, Nancy and Florence-

Because yesterday (Sunday) was such a perfect day, and taking full advantage of it, I missed out writing my weekly dispatch to any of you, so that accounts for the compound salutation above. Of, to be in England now that spring is here, must have been thought of by an Englishman on just such a day as yesterday. Such days of course are so rare that they accordingly seem far more wonderful than they really are. But be that as it may, I was up and away at the break of dawn. I’m about one hour train ride was down in Kent to a little place called Edenbridge. I was told that this place by a Mrs. Fisher- Rowe, an English lady who works at one of the Red Cross clubs. A typical

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