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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata April 23, 1944

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I don't know what you'll think of me now. I've been scared to death to tell you this. Could have told you that someone stole it but I would never lie to you, even if it cost your love.

The punishment I'm getting knowing how hurt you will be - honey I'll never hurt you like this again. Now I know what a fool, a terrible fool I've been - Please, on my knees + beg of you to hear me through this last time - it's asking a lot I know.

There's nothing else to say Am not trying to [alib?] or redeem myself there was no excuse for my [illegible] whatsoever.

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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata April 23, 1944

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