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June 14, 1923

Dear Pete:
When you enter into life's walk
Remember me I pray, for all I ask is a place in your hea[[?]] and you'll spend a lovely day. 
and may more. 
Vernie Burnley
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May 17, 1923

Dear Pete, 
Roses may wither, Leaves my die;
Friends may forsake you, 
But how can I?

Your Classmate,
Christine Reed

Transcription Notes:
I click MAC for a Pete letter (not this letter but two letters back perhaps) it is dated May 7, 1923. As I clicked I realized it needs to be May 17, 1923. There was no way to correct once I submitted my MAC.

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