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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Norfolk, VA. [July 14, 1917]

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July 14, 1917

My Dear girl,

I received your nice letter and cant express how glad I was to hear from you once more. I sure did miss your letters, but thought for a long time that you didn't care to write any longer. As I had written two letters and several post cards without getting an answer. Now do you blame me for thinking that you didn't want to write? You certainly did miscomprehend the letter I wrote to you from home. I merrily meant that as I didn't get to tell you good bye when I left Knoxville and maybe I would never get the chance again so would give you a farewell by letter. I didn't mean Myrtle that I didn't care to write any longer. Far from it. If such should ever be (which I know will never come) I wouldn't write two or three times after the one I wanted to be the last. After the letter I wrote from home I wrote

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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Norfolk, VA. [July 14, 1917]

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