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Buford E. Wood to George E. Wood, Letter, January 24, 1943.

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Jan. 24, 1943 Dear, Daddy. Will answer your letter today was glad to hear from you all I am getting along ok. except I have a rite bad cold. I recieved a letter from Auburn last week he told me about helping you get up you corn & about the still brook, you had, wish I could have been there and help you. ha ha, well I got a week end pass yesterday I went to Wilimington that is the first time that I have been out since I have been down here I had a right good time I thought mabey I could get me a little drink but come to find out that you had to have a rations book to get It. So I was kindly dissiappointed. ha. So guess I will have to come home and go to Coopers Mill.