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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Astoria, L.L. NY. [Dec. 30, 1916]

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I suppose he left most of the things at home in Va. For sure.

We had great weather up until about three weeks ago, but it sure is paying up for it now. I can't see that it is any colder here than at some so far. I don't mind the cold weather so band the worst I hate is getting up in the cold. I think I like the cold weather better then (sic) the warm and the "skeeters" in the course of it all.

I had some pictures taken the other day and will send you and Cousin Vola one in a few days. I will send a large one and a small one. I think the large one is real good, but the other one is awful. I can't take a good picture and don't think I well ever try it again. The smaller one has an awful sickly grin and looks like an opossum. I look like I was sick for and couldn't go or wanted to and couldn't. I am also sending one that you especially asked for and when you get this letter if you would

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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Astoria, L.L. NY. [Dec. 30, 1916]

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