Item 1: 5 p. w/env. Letter to Folks

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Item 1: 5 p. w/env. Letter to Folks


  • 1958 Oct 04 (Creation)


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Had not bathed in two days because the water was off and maid did not fill the reserves; little counterpart says when they go off to America, they starve and save their per diem to spend on electrical appliances whether they need them or not; is cold because they refuse to turn on the heat until October 15th; discusses how her counterpart struggles since her winter clothes are in America but she refuses to borrow clothes from mary but had asked her to buy a record player for her which is illegal; "some Am. [Americans] have gotten rich buying from the P.X. and selling at double to Turks. That could be hearsay too"; "I guess the motto is to yourself follow all the rules and regulations and keep your mind on your job but that has some very complicated problems too that I can't solve"; "I read with fear and disgust the [Faubus] and other Va. stories"; discusses how she can't even discuss the subject with her southern friends

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