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April 5, 1927 — My dear Joe

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bareback gay site April 5, 1927

incontri gay My dear Joe,

How are you enjoying the pretty weather? It is thundering now, and looks as if it may rain.

I told you I wasn’t going home any more until Easter, but I have decided to go home Friday if I can get

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any one to carry me. I get awful lomesone here since you left.  Mrs. Smith said she diden’t know who I was writing to, but I could say that she broke the radio to day. She tore it apart to clean it, and put it back rong, and the batteries run down. Mr. Smith had just had them about two or three weeks.  You can amagine what he said.

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I am getting awful tired of teaching I will be glad when school closes. If all the pupils were going I would like it much better.

Are you looking forward to Easter? You bet I am. I am depending onseeing you, and also one of my sister-in-laws that I haven’t seen in about ten months.

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Joe, I think of you so much. It seems as if I can’t think of anything except you. Who wrote that April fool letter for you to me? I know it wasn’t you, but I believe you know something about it.

I shall look for a letter from you soon.

Yours sincerely

Virginia

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