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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, [July 14, 1918]

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will hope that we have better luck getting our mail next time then we did last and I think we will alright. I will look forward all the time to getting back and reading your letters. I believe I told you before we got all our mail from New York did I not? I wrote you a long letter a few days ago and gave it to Walker to mail who was being transferred over to the receiving ships maybe he didn't get them mailed or got caught with them, but I hope he didn't for there was a lot of time in it. You know I have worried a lot since I wrote that letter about something I said in it that I had no business to say, but I am always doing something foolish and guess I will learn anything or any sense. I hope you won't feel hurt about it, but you won't will you? Please forget about it.

I sent you a picture yesterday and I think they both look fine and are real good but they don't look every much like me

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 Letter to Myrtle from Henry McNutt, [July 14, 1918]

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