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"Correspondence, October 1919", Item 020

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houses are so scattered & no place at all to spend night. Even Wakefield 500 pop. had not a place to spend the night - I did write Headquarters all about Mrs Parker. I dont blame them a particle however for not reading my letters. I'd hate to myself - I wrote how my sister met her at Mrs Schmelz's & how nobly Mrs Schmelz stood up for us. I am sending you Mr Parkers picture. It speaks volumes, he is as violent an anti as I ever met.