Roy V. Martin Correspondence, 1918

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I got drunk and had a bad fall. old corn liquor was the cause of it all. I hate to tell you this but its true. I know you will hate me for it but I wanted you to know how things were and if you can't forgive me you will let this letter be "the end." I've got the blues tonight

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the after effect of my boozing Sun and the main reason is [illegible]whats the use to tell you for you already know. We are making prepara tions to [illegible]and if its possible I will let you know when we [illegible lines]

is the same. Anxiously Roy

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[c. April 1918] Camp Sevier S. Car. Fri. evening.

Dear girlie I started to say, miss Cloniger, but I decided not to be so cold, for I feel like I've been knowing you long enough to call you dear and I cant understand why you wanted to start my letter in such a way "Mr Martin" the very idea,

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so if you do care anything for me don't start my letters as if I were a stranger. Now Gussie- I would like to know who informed you that I wished to break off our correspondince if it was a boy that told you that he had better watch his step when I come home but if it was a girl I will let you attend to [begin crossed out] them [end crossed out] her, now Gussie haven't you got more confidence in me than to think I would say that I hope you have anyway

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[3] for every word of it was untrue why I never dreamed of such a thing and I can't understand why anyone should tell you that unless they wanted us to fall out, and if that was their motive I sincerely hope they will be dissapointed. dear do you believe that you were unwelcome Sun. evening now if you think that let me [crossed out word] tell you that you are mistaken I would be delighted

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