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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata January 29, 1945

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29 Jan 45

Darling,

Received your letter of Dec 27th tonight. The mail is coming thru' rather erratically again.

Well according to the latest we go to Capri day after tomorrow. This time I think I'll just sleep the time away. I've had enough sightseeing for awhile. They have nice beds + good food there - two most important items.

That was quite a list you sent. I guess you know I didn't send a single solitary card - for shame! It's a good thing you put in the little descriptions beside the name - cause naturally I couldn't remember a lot of them. Marvelous memory I have - no signs of improvement either.

What's all this exercising business? Bet it's just

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