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click to launch popupJan, 28, 1953.
1819 Lipeepee St.
Honolulu, T.H.

William Fuld & Co.
Baltimore Md.

Dear Sir:

Last October I lost my twenty-four-year-old X-Marine son. In my grief and more or less desperate attempt to find the “reasons” for his loss, someone loaned me a Ouija Board that had once been considered a play-thing and suddenly became a wonderful measure of comfort. However, the gift was only a loan and I now feel the necessity of returning it to its rightful owner.

I have turned Honolulu up-side-down in an attempt to purchase another such board without avail and am wondering if it would be possible for you to mail the set to me at your convenience. I have no idea whatsoever of the cost involved but if you will so notify me, I shall be glad to send you a check.

Thanking you for your assistance,


Dorothy K. Rammell

Mailing address:
1819 Lipeepee St.
Moani Apts. Apt. “P”
Honolulu, T. H.