When I met this man, his wife is the sister that I met when I was ten and she was eight—a young Italian girl from a very strict family. They had her work on the farm, the canning factory, and defense plant in addition to all the work at their home. Her father was always there where she works. She was a devoted daughter and a very devoted, loving wife for sixty-seven years.
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