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"Correspondence, October 1919", Item 020

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(3 You can have the Hampton & Phoebus enrollments any time you like but I thought the Convention soon enough & my sister has them safe. Hoped she'd show them further. I showed them to Press agent in Hampton, to Mr Schmelz & others; Nelson Groome will count, & he had been for us so long & loud that I feel sure we can depend on him. I believe him honest about it too, & to be depended on - In Franklin P. O 10.20 a.m. I have been a human interrogation mark since my arrival