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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata February 27, 1945

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We have a nice writing room now complete with radio + Bob Hope is on now so this letter has competition. It's a bit crowded in here tonight cause the lights in the tents aren't functioning tonight.

Gosh, looks like I'm stuck already. Am really a poor excuse of a letter writer but that's not particularly news to you. By this time you should be resigned to the bitter fact.

Tomorrow is pay day - after 3 months it's about time, not that I need any money, but it's a rather lengthy stretch of time between pay days.

Bill Miskoff was down last evening + stayed over night. He's going to the 484th for awhile, that's where your cousin Arnie is. Miskoff said he had pneumonia + was in the hospital at Bari for awhile. He's pretty good now but looked a bit peaked.

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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata February 27, 1945

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