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

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your watch and figuring out what your baby's doing! So I'll tell ya - I'm sitting up in a chair - tilting back on it's heels - I'm wrapped up in my heavy black sweater and my collar's open. The rest of the 9 men in the hut have dropped off to sleep - and in about a minute I'll snap off the lights and go into the head to finish the letter. A Sea-Bee Cmdr. moved into the hut today and desires the lights out at 11 - *sooo* - I'll finish the letter in the head! The head is built right at the end of the quansit hut - partitioned off - its a nice one - swell shower - two johnnies - two wash stands - good shaving mirror. Right in the middle of the hut is a beautiful oil stove - and she's wonderfully warm and dependable. Come to think of it she's the warmest and most dependable thing I've seen since I left you, baby! Now I'm in the head, baby - just turned out the

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

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