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

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finished illustrations that have been worked half to death. What I want to get here is just impressions with color - ideas - fast - snappy - simple. Then together we can work on them later. It would be swell if we could make one first portfolio from sketches and ideas jotted down over here. How about it, partner? O.K, you're on! I'll let you know how we're doing! Other than my "color bath" I have nought to report, angel-puss, except that I'm feeling well - and missing you so damn much. There's such a hell of a lot I want to show you and tell you - that when I smother you next time I see you - I'll talk both ears off - and chew off your cute lil nose - 'n then nobody could love you - *but me*! Oh Junie darling - I love you so very much - its [sic] *swell*! No kidding - its like a cool breeze all over me when I think about you - its feels *so* wonderful, Junie. I get all cozy inside - and happy - *really* happy darling. Do I effect *you* that way ",Mrs. Sug-Sug-Sug - with your hair cut just as short as mine?" Boy I hope so! Y'know it will be like getting married all over again when I come home Snoon! Is it *possible* for me to love you more now then [sic] I did last September 24? Crunch - I would have smacked anyone in the nose for suggesting then

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

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