Vol. 28, No. 4 [Shan]
First to comment on Dan’s query about how Nan is progressing with her history of the June 1946 reunion. She tells me it is completed, comprising fifty-two pages. She is now negotiating for the best deal she can make for mimeographing so that each of you may have whatever number of copies you wish. It will be forthcoming one of these days before too long.
Paulie told us about Sadie’s appeal to the Deities to have the cherry trees bloom before she left Washington. From the pictures, I would say her appeal was answered in one blaze of glory. Nice going Sadie.
Dan I will mail all of my back letters immediately. How about each of us doing likewise. By the way Dan what has happened to the compilation. I thought that a worthy project. Hope it does not default. We all are ready to perform our part.
Dan I delivered the reunion films to the F.F. Vosses on the occasion of our visit there several months ago. In passing wish to comment on Howard’s excellent letter. Honest, Howard, I often wonder how you and our other worthy in-laws put up with a lot of our craporino.
Comment about Mr. Matthews no longer being Larry’s boss was news to me. What happened to him? Met him briefly and casually while in Dayton last June. Personally, I sort of liked the fellow.
There are no family matters from this sector to be chronicled, other than has heretofore been recorded.
So will bid you all adieu until the next round.
in the present day…
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