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"Correspondence, March-April 1919", Item 006

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over there for Thursday and come back here, returning to Portsmouth the 19th as you suggest. If it is not all right for me to go to Portsmouth on the 13th to stay please wire me so I can let Mrs. Aspegren know. After that, I will try to arrange with Mrs. Aspegren for the time in Portsmouth to be longer than the week so far planned. Mrs. Parke said when I was ready to return here from Portsmouth, that I should telephone her and she would make some arrangement for my remaining time here, which we then thought would be less than a week. In my other letter I asked for certain literature for Portsmouth. Have we also more of the 14 Points? Best wishes - M. E. Pidgeon