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and as long as can stay that way I am alright.
 
and as long as can stay that way I am alright.
One the Leut. came in the ward where I was this afternoon and asked me about how are the men were getting on I told him th he asked me to take his temperature and respiration, of course I could not do it, could not help from laughing to [save?] my life, some funny things haven't to me since I have been here, Tell [Lish?] I say I will show him how to seem his [illegible] when I get back.
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One the Leut. came in the ward where I was this afternoon and asked me about how are the men were getting on I told him then he asked me to take his temperature and respiration, of course I could not do it, could not help from laughing to [save?] my life, some funny things haven't to me since I have been here, Tell [fish?] I say I will show him how to run his Hospital when I get back.
I certainly hope you all ave got my letters [illegible] this time - wrote Father last night -  
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I certainly hope you all have got my letters by this time - wrote Father last night -  
You certainly have been good about writing every mail that comes [illegible] I have been here I get a letter from you, and I look for it.
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You certainly have been good about writing every mail that comes since I have been here I get a letter from you, and I look for it.
I am in a French Canteen now [illegible] by the American Red Cross, and one the boys are playing are [illegible] from Dixie on the piano now, and it
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I am in a French Canteen now run by the American Red Cross, and one the boys are playing are you from Dixie on the piano now, and it

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and as long as can stay that way I am alright. One the Leut. came in the ward where I was this afternoon and asked me about how are the men were getting on I told him then he asked me to take his temperature and respiration, of course I could not do it, could not help from laughing to [save?] my life, some funny things haven't to me since I have been here, Tell [fish?] I say I will show him how to run his Hospital when I get back. I certainly hope you all have got my letters by this time - wrote Father last night - You certainly have been good about writing every mail that comes since I have been here I get a letter from you, and I look for it. I am in a French Canteen now run by the American Red Cross, and one the boys are playing are you from Dixie on the piano now, and it