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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Brooklyn, NY. [Oct. 7, 1917]

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Oct. 7, 1917

Dear Girlie,

I received your letter and it did make me feel kindly bad, but I didn't get mad. I am not going to get mad at you any more without I have an awful good reason and I hope I will never have that, for it's foolish Myrtle awful foolish to get mad or quarrel with you under no conditions until I see you and then I am going to have a real bloody fight with you and fight in to a finish too. When I get at you I'll settle up all old debts and I owe you

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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, Brooklyn, NY. [Oct. 7, 1917]

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