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"Correspondence, July 1919", Item 012

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[imprinted letterhead] Maple Shade Inn Pulaski, Va. W. H. Hodge Manager

[page] 3 Staunton together to interview those difficult men. Went to see Mr. Willis for advice, but he was just running for train - said he would see me when he returned but I'll be less in need of it then - don't know whether I'll meet him somewhere down here or not. Miss Pulitzer spent a whole morning with him, and then went to lunch with him. I fear she has pestered some of these men so much it will