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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata March 30, 1945

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30 March 45

Hi Darling,

Received lots of mail this evening. Four airmails 2 V-mails from you. Three letters from Mom + one from Cordells. Four more snapshots from you.

I cannot imagine you sitting thru' a "Western" my goodness. Beulah is more influential than I, will have to ask her for pointers.

Glad you were able to see Doris, John + the baby. Is he still piloting those broken down aerial freight jobs or has he managed to be assigned to a good airplane? Seriously tho' I hope you gave everyone my best regards.

No I never did hear from [Amsbary?] after that time I was in the hospital. I can't seem to remember (nothing unusual about that) the remark you accredited him with, in fact I don't even remember his writing. He seems to have done right well in his marriage. I'd like to see the lug sometime.

You recalled the "tremendous error" very nicely + ^your^ our self correction was exactly right. You must be psychic.

Naturally, I will do everything in my power to help you + am more than gratified that you listed it as being in my department. Thank you very much hon, you shan't be disappointed-

The snapshots you sent [sure?] very good I think. By the way I'm sending you a couple of rolls of prints in this letter. I [loused?] up the negatives + prints both

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