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Billy Hall letter to Paulette, February 21, 1943

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I. Feb. 21, 1943 Dear Paulette, How are you getting along, fine I hope. I am doing very well. How are you doing in school. Are you playing hockey tell Helen and Papa "hello" for me well do you miss me very much. I'll bet not Do you ever see Gertrude any or do you go their any. Remember when you used to follow me and I would fuss at you. well I wish you were here to follow me. If you will answer my letter, I'll send you a dollar so you better answer it. from now on I'm going to send you a dollar each payday if you answer all my letters. For I like to hear from you or anyone for it makes me feel good to get letters.

Love Billy

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