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Letter from Jarvis D. Henderson to Jesse Dorsey, June 28, 1944.

Henderson tells Dorsey there are plenty of pineapples, bananas and coconuts on the island. He has been to Honolulu and Waikiki beach. He talks about the weather and the news from home. This letter is part of a large group of letter written to or by Jesse G. Dorsey during World War II. Dorsey ran the community house for the Louisville Cement Comp... Hawaii
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