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

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(4) do now, but I just can’t help it honey and you can’t either because I know. We have fallen in love just as deep as we can and that shore make us worry to honey, can I do any thing for you honey. I got paid this morning and I got $4.25 [Bay?] isn’t that a lot, but I have got all I want there, the more I have the more I will spend to, but I will spent the last cent I have awn you to honey and do any thing I can for you. It is geeting time for supper so I will came to the close for this time. I always will love you Dearling and think about you every minuit of my time. Love always, Leroy F. your honey, is true.