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 Letter to wife Lil [7/21/44]

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The moving of furniture bothers me but the expense would equal that of storage and/or buying cheap stuff. (I heard of one family which furnished for the rooms for $100.) I think $100 should be about tops for the moving expense.

I think if we live together again for only six months, it would be worthwhile. It may be more inconvenient for you--perhaps even more work tho [sic] I'll be around in the evenings--but Rema will be able to get plenty of fresh air & space to play in (without worry about streets & traffic).

By the way, the Geneva public park & bathing ^on Lake Seneca^ is only about a mile or so away.

And re: expenses--we'll be saving the $15 to $20 I spend a month on traveling to N.Y.

I think, too, you will have plenty of company in the many wives & mothers there.

See you *[illegible]*-- I hope--

Love Irv

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