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Aug. 29th, 1918.
My dear Doc,-
Your very welcome letter of the 23rd came in tonight along with another bunch of nurses for one of those big dances which are quite the craze here. I'm off them tho but I had to go dance for a while after dinner as we had a lot of the ladies to dinner with us. I've just gotten back from leave and saw a bunch of fellows in [[Paris]] from whom I gleaned quite a bit of dope about the boys. Sure am sorry to hear about Burns and [[Plummer]].  Things are quite a bit more lively here than they were but so far all is well.  Maj. A-Tom & Randy have some sort of a job over in town and have taken up
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