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Letter, 19 May 1918, from Harvey L. Parker

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[page] #4 She would do enything to help eny one who needed help and She would be as kind to you as She would be to her own mother She wrote me how paoly you looked and how sorry She felt for you when you told her about that sad letter you got from me now mama forgive me for writing as I do not wish to make you feel bad but I get so full some times then I say too much but please do not worry more than you can help now the way Pa is doing is bad in deed and he must stop it at once or I will have to put the Govt on him at once You see the Govt is sending you some money and I am in the army and he had better treat you right or I will have a Govt. man sent around [page] #4 next page