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David J. Castleman letter to Mary Pride Jones, 18 February 1919

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[#]92 18 Feb 1919. Dearest:- Am just as busy as ever, but never to busy to forget you. Generally when night comes I go right on up to the house, get off my boots & just rest for a couple of hours before going to bed. To-night I returned to the office to drop you a line. It has been two weeks since I've had a letter from you. That is an awfully long time to wait for news from you. Yesterday some mail came in from the states and I was very much disappointed when none from you showed up. One was from Arabel - I'll have to send it on to you. Here is a good one on "Virgil" (Mlle Legris): One day last week Mde took her noon day meal with Dr. Ribot & he informed her at the time that a certain Mlle who was a patient of the dyspensary, had died the day before. When Mde returned home, Mlle wishing to make an impression, stated that she had worked awfully hard that afternoon & that she had visited many patients (Dr. Ribot has