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Letter, 27 November 1917, from Harvey L. Parker

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[preprinted letterhead with picture of flag on left side, "WITH THE COLORS" printed in the middle and the YMCA logo on right side] Camp McClellan Ala. Nov. 27th. 1917 Dear Mother I have fixed up the Papers for you to get half of my month's pay wich is $15.00 & $10.00 will be added to that wich make it $25.00 in all Now the Govt. will try & find out if you are dependent on me for support & if they do not find it as such, why it is 2 years in the pen for me. But of corse you can very easily prove that I have been giveing you about 15 Dollars a month that is what I have done in the past will make it 15 Dollars, when eny one gives only 10.00 Dollars to thair people they can not get eny thing nothing can be less that 15.00 wich I have been giveing you The U S Govt. will write to you soon & think now if you can not make out untill next pay Day wich will be on over