Found Text | September 01, 1995
The Letters of Dolly and Zane Grey
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Wednesday, Feb. 18, 1913
My dear husband,
This is my first letter to you. Whether it will be the last is still a matter of conjecture on my part. But I simply cannot resist telling you of our interview this morning.
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