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in reading it, and am persuaded that you will the more readily forgive me for the use of the typewriter. I always enjoy your dear letters, and hope you will send them as often as you can. They break the monot
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in reading it, and am persuaded that you will the more readily forgive me for the use of the typewriter. I always enjoy your dear letters, and hope you will send them as often as you can. They break the monotony of work, and you can always be assured of a prompt answer if I am at home. Anyhow, as I told you once, you are the only sweetheart I've got, and I do no want to lose you. With sincerest love, I remain, your friend, H.M. Calhoun

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in reading it, and am persuaded that you will the more readily forgive me for the use of the typewriter. I always enjoy your dear letters, and hope you will send them as often as you can. They break the monotony of work, and you can always be assured of a prompt answer if I am at home. Anyhow, as I told you once, you are the only sweetheart I've got, and I do no want to lose you. With sincerest love, I remain, your friend, H.M. Calhoun