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The dolls of Pleasantville are busy correspondents, who take their many penpals quite seriously and each write to two or three different people to keep up with the latest news and stories from their friends' lives.

Laura Windmill, the mailgirl, delivers the mail every day, so letters are constantly traveling back and forth between houses.  Here are bits and pieces of the current correspondences; some of the letters are missing and we're looking for them, but I will slowly add more letters as they are found or written.

Letters:

Laura Windmill and Kirsten Larson 

Felicity Merriman and Samantha Parkington 

Angelica Romanakov and Kaya Atonmy 

Kaya Atonmy and Laura Windmill 

Elinor Wilson and Britta Larson 

Angelica Romanakov and Alexandra Chen

Britta Larson and Rebecca Parkington 

Anna Larson and Nancy Merriman 

Josefina Montoya and Kirsten Larson 

Angelica Romanakov and Felicity Merriman 

Laura Windmill and Josefina Montoya 

Heather Windmill and Megan Ryder

Alexandra Chen and Samantha Parkington 

Felicity Merriman and Kirsten Larson -new!

Rebecca Montoya and Anna Larson  -new!

Samantha Parkington and Francisca Montoya  -new!

Teresa Berg and Britta Larson 

Lara Larson and Lily Merriman 

Sonja Romanakov and Teresa Berg 

Teresa Berg and Rachel Merriman  -new!

Rebecca Parkington and Josefina Montoya 

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