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Letters to Connie Sleamon, November–December 1967

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Author: Pernert, Fred
Abstract: November “Sin…confessed you are much better looking than Mama-son his mother…One thing Mama-son has over you is that she painted her teeth black, which among older people is a very pretty thing to do.” December 6 Moving into new modern Mars Village soon. “2 guys died from drinking beer in the village that had acid in it.” The sister of the little boy in the village that he likes made Connie a piece of clothing. December 11 Typed copy of instructions on making a “Mars Call” to U.S.A. Makes first call through their Mars Station to his parents.Letters written by Fred Pernert of the U.S. Army to his girlfriend and family while stationed in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Fred lived in Holt, Michigan. His first name might be Maurice.
Issued Date: 1967
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/18770

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