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Amos C. Allman to Doye H. Blankenship, V-Mail, March 13, 1944.

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V-mail To: A.S.N. 33213036 S/SGT Doye H. Blankenship 545th Bomb Sp A.P.O. 634 384th Bomb CoP CHIAAF c/o New York, NY. From: Mr. Amos C. Allman Glade Hill Virginia March 13, 1944

[written sideways] Dear Doye Here finds me trying to ans[wer] your letter received several weeks ago. was tickled to hear from you again hope you are doing Okay. this leaves us all fine at present mother and daddy are better now. well today is Sunday and it has been raining all day. Marie came home for the week end but has already gone back to Martinsville. I heard from you mother & them yesterday the were very well. wish I could see you now. Mother doesn't have any fried potatoes today but she has a good butter scotch pie. wished you had some. When did you hear from your Girl do you write her often . Well be good and I hope we can see each other before long. Amos Jr.