Item 1: Letter to Christine

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Item 1: Letter to Christine

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  • 1957 Sep 17 (Creation)

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(1901-1994)

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Hasn't received the clothes she ordered from Sears or through Christine; the Turkish movers took terrible care of her things; Describes in detail the fiasco of the short course with the poultry man, Kozim Bey who went to America to observe the poultry processing and poultry plants but America neglected to show him in between processes so he knows near to nothing about the proper way to kill and dress poultry...hilarity ensues; talked about how the women are so lazy she can't get the short course going in the mornings even though they insist on having it in the mornings and then told the women if they were in America they'd have to get up early and even work at night sometimes, but they responded that at least they'd have cars...Mary didn't see how that helped any; The American home economics institution was the most popular at the fair said the Turks

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30502

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