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  1. One thing I miss when I go to get my collection of ads, promotions, and pleas for money, is a hand written letter. I have my correspondence on file since 1964. It is a kick to read letters I received and letters I sent. Since I got a computer, my saved correspondence consists mostly of birthday and Christmas cards. I have read several collections of letters of favorite people from history, and I had rather read them than a biography (even autobiography). I feel I get a better glimpse of the kind of person they really were. Even if a printed my email, the shorthand versions of incidents and experiences can’t compare to a well thought letter written in hand that I immediately recognize and love.

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