Harry W. Six

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Personal Letter

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Mar. 20, 1945

Dear Dorothy & Judson,

Received your letter yesterday and I am sorry that you had trouble in getting a room in the hotel. Use your charm the next time it may help.

I am glad that you are so happy and I know you will continue to be so if you both meet each other half way with every thing that you do.

We had a very nice trip, just one big party from Atlanta to N. Y. All we did was eat & drink with very little sleep. We had just as much fun comming [sic] home on the train as we did going down.

The doctor told your ma that the trip did her more good then [sic] harm. I know that you both will be glad to hear that. As long as you & Judson are happy I am sure that your mother will feel ok.

I called Betty last night & gave her your address. All the kids are asking for you & Judson & wish you both all the luck in the world etc, etc.

I hope that you are both as happy as married couples should be. Lots of love to you & my son.

As ever,


P. S. I am very busy but will write soon. How about your pictures? Did you hear from Jonnie yet?

Again, & again I say

Lots of Love

to you both.


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