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 Letter to Lillian Zahler from Edward Zahler [11/20/1944]

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Just the cheap writing paper is okay. Would you send it? I hate to keep imposing on you, but would you keep track of the things you send me? I'll pay for it all at once

Business - Tell your boss not to be so ornery on account of a mistake now and then. Just tap him on the shoulder and say “Me [sic.] brother Ed says even where he is, there's mistakes made now and then.” As an added precaution, I’d notice the nearest exit.

How is your love life? Mine's fine. I've proposed, and am now anxiously waiting for an answer. I've no fingernails left – chewed them all off. Would start on toes but can't reach some. If I don't get an answer soon from her. I'll be a wreck. Heck of a note a guy has to propose by air mail. Well, I guess these are

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