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 To Wife: Wilma Ogata March 28-29, 1945

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28 March 45

Hi Darling,

Received your V-Mail of the 17th and a whole bunch of Newspapers today.

Say, I certainly hope all that nice weather sticks around for my furlough. Just hoping I don't get home too soon + have a lot of bad weather.

Seems almost to [sic.] good to be true, going home. I don't mind going overseas this direction

29 March 45

You are really getting some poor excuses for letters, these past few days. Hope you won't be too peeved at me but before too long I won't have to write to you, will probably talk an arm off you.

We just acquired a radio for the tent or rather a fellow just moved in who has one, so we'll have a little music. Vince is trying it right now + the darned thing isn't working, probably not enough power.

Just happened to think, payday is just around the corner. Won't be sending any money

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