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Letter, 19 May 1918, from Harvey L. Parker

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[page] #6 for the ones who try to do right but thay all will get whats coming to them some day. This world war is all on account Sin. I had heard and seen enough at home but since leaving Home I have seen too much over in Anniston over 100 girls & women have been locked up in Jail and it it is so around every camp all over the country too I never seen any thing like it in my life. well mama I hope you get your pay at the right time well mama if I should never come back Home again please give Elizabeth my Large Picture that is when you need it no more for if you do not cair I want the little girl I lost to have it when you are throu with it I was glad to hear from you indeed so please write soon. Your Boy in ala.