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David J. Castleman letter to Mary Pride Jones, 20 July 1919

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Sunday aft. My Darling Love: - Your letter of Friday received to-day noon. Just as I was leaving the post office I met Katherine Jones who drove up in her car. She said she was anxious to see me and asked that I take a ride with her this aft. Garland drove up at that instant & was talking to me and I unconsciously said to Mrs. Jones that I'd go. I then remembered that Lane intended to come up, so I had to decline, but told her that I'd run down to-morrow morning. I suppose she wants to know all about the marriage. It is just a little less than four days before our union. But