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Letter, 1 March 1918, from Harvey L. Parker

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CAMP MCCLELLAN ANNISTON, ALA. March 1st 1718 [page] #1 My Dear Mother Your letter received to Day sorry to hear that you are feeling so badly, only hope you will feel better soon. You have written me about Dad wants to rent the room upstairs and probably wants my Bed also. Now I am going to advise you in a way which you may think is wrong by a long sight. But let Him go a head and do what He wants to do about it.