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Leroy S. Foster to Iris M. Foster, Letter, July 05, 1944.

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Wednesday Eving. July 5, 1944. Dear Honey. I shore have miss you a lot to-day honey, and I have been thinking about you every sence I left you last night. I made pretty good time back to the camp to I got my ticket and jump right in the bus. Dearling I shore was some happy to see you came up here to see me I will never forget it either. no body else would do that but my honey. I shore was lucky to get off like I did and I shore enjoied my self to Dearling but the time went to fast with me while I were with you sweet heart, but one of these days we will be to-gether for good, and I still want you just