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June 7 1944 Dear, I'm writing you in a hurry. And send you one picture of mine and in another envelope another picture. I don't have any mail from you. What happens dear? No mail in the last 5-6 days. Hope you are all right and I'll get a bunch [[strikethrough]] in [[/strikethrough]] any hour or day now. The letter from you, from Chicago, was the last and there you say Riverside Hotel but I want to have a letter from you, from Reno, to know that you are there, Hotel reservation don't work maybe, I prefer to send the mail to 410 E. 50. I'll write you a lot tomorrow. Great excitement around here with invasion and things happening every moment. I'm busy and tired and my personal morale is sort of low. Take good care of yourself dear, I'm on your side all the time and I hope to be really on your side all the time. I love you dear S
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