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  • [Note: JAN 42 IS PRIOR TO EVACUATION] January,11, 1943(43?? see next page) Dear Gordie, It has been a week since you mentioned needing this tablet - oh me, it's coming. Have you heard the glad tidings about [illeg.]? You will have heard by the time this gets there- isn't it wonderful! If he hadn't had such a swell attitude through the whole business I don't think he would be out at all. Why are you still in town - I don't get it. Well, that li... more
    [Note: JAN 42 IS PRIOR TO EVACUATION] January,11, 1943(43?? see next page) Dear Gordie, It has been a week since you mentioned needing this tablet - oh me, it's coming. Have you heard the glad tidings about [illeg.]? You will have heard by the time this gets there- isn't it wonderful! If he hadn't had such a swell attitude through the whole business I don't think he would be out at all. Why are you still in town - I don't get it. Well, that little interuption was just a [illeg.] Ed. test - and questions - Give 8 examples each of the care of the sick among the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Jews. Unanswered, no make-ups, over per week. 1:45 - Its so hot in here and I'm so sleepy - this is the third room we have had for anatomy lecture. There must be hundred and fifty- or two hundred pre-meds and nurses in here. It's the top room in Coudon and it's built for lawyers. Agnes and I ate lunch with Naomi and discussed the prospective use of the cottage. There are so many uses for it - that... less