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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked March 3, 1944

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[3/3/1944]

Thursday

Junie baby,

Just got back from a real funny USO Camp show - had a wonderful time - three gals - strictly American (Coney Island and Brooklyn!) a very funny comedian, Willy Shore - and some solid trumpetin' and stampin! Tommy Andy and I just came back in - and here comes some hot tea - yeah man! Feeling wonderful, sweetheart - and so darn missing you-ish! Wouldst you were here I would pluck ^a daisy from the top of your head and go ringing doorbells with ya, wife! I do miss you, Snoon - so very much - but it's things like the show tonite that snap a guy out of himself - You know if you *concentrate* on it you can go nuts from missing-youish-ness! But instead you kick cans along the road - bay at the moon - kiss your baby's picture as you hit the sack - and remember back a ways. And there is so much *to* remember, darling. Its [sic] a quarter of six back home - what are you doing? Got a hunch you're just about now looking at

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 Tracy A. Sugarman to his wife, postmarked March 3, 1944

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