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

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(2) As bad as you want me to honey. I am going to stick to my [panmaus] sugar, no matter what turn up. You are the only one I want to go with to if I can’t go with you sugar, i will keep right awn doing the same thing I have been doing, is thinking about you, and writting to my only dearling. I shore hope that you made the trip back o.k. Honey. How did you like the toys honey - you would do the same thing I would do sugar, you would anything I say, for me wouldn’t you, I know I would and then some if I could, honey anything I could do to please you honey pie, because you are the only one for me, because we are made to be to-gether sugar. I love you with all my heart and that is the honoust truth to, we had a inspection awn all our equipment and I had to turn in all my sun tan cloths, except the suit that I am going to