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S Steinbg Lt Jg (CENSOR'S STAMP)

TO:  H. STAFFORD
GENERAL DELIVERY
PROVINCETOWN
MASS.
SEE INSTRUCTION NO. 2

FROM:
S. STEINBERG
Lt (Jg) OSS AA1
AP0777 c/o Postm. NY
(Sender's complete address above)

GREETINGS FROM ITALY

DEAR    
Mother  
Dad    
Wife    
Sweetheart     
Sis     
Brother 
Friend  

HOW ARE YOU?
I AM  
Missing You  
Lonesome 
Well  
Happy  

WISH I HAD
You-Here-Oh Boy!  
More sleep  
Someone to love me  
Some kisses  
More ambition  

DOING LOTS OF
Sight-seeing  
Thinking of you  
Work  
Day Dressing  
Sleeping  
Nothing  
Wishful Thinking  
Traveling 
Swimming  

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HOPE YOU HAVE  
Everything you want  
Behaved  
Been having fun  
Dreams of me  
Been true to me  
Not forgotten how to write  

ITALY IS
Sunny  
Beautiful 
Hot 
Smelly  
Picturesque  
THE FOOD IS
Fair  
Lousy  
Good  
Strictly GI 

AMERICAN RED CROSS
-ITALY-

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ARE YOU 
Spending my allotment  
Going out with : 47, 
Staying out late at night  
Missing Me
Happy  

BEST CAMP IS
Swell  
Colonel  _
Restful  
Exciting [[/strikethrough]]

WILL BE
Going to work  
Thinking of you  
Writing you again  
Going to bed  

I HAVE BEEN
G.I. Army - USO Shows  
Historical Spots   
Interesting Places  
Lots of good looking  
Signorinas 

YOURS
Rotation-Ally Seen  
With love  
Sincerely  
Forever  

NAME
S 

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