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Governor Westmoreland correspondence, August 1918

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August 31, 1918. Mr. F. I. Pruden, R. F. D. #1 Cartersville, Va. Dear Mr. Pruden: - I have your letter in regard to Dr. Snead which I have referred to the Adjutant General of Virginia, who will properly dispose of the matter. With kind regards, I remain, Yours very truly, Governor.