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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Eau Gallie, Fla.
October 25, 1951.
Dear Jean Park W'iaterbury:
My excuse is that I ran out of icroceri'es and bad to
hock~ my machine. Wha-t is yourys for ilging~ (ignoring;) me?
Now I have bo .rowed a machine and as soon as I can get
a n~ew ribbon for it tomorrow, I will be inz the writing game again.
Ann Wathins sent me X11 for .the reprint of the article
on the Miami election. This was whrat; was coming after deducting whatha
I owed her.
Let me hear from you, good, bad or inzdifferent news.
As I told you. in my last letter, ( which I m~istalrenly sentL to
624 :Eadison ) that my nerves are in fin~e shape now. Keeping outdoors
and raising a fine garden, both flowers andj veg~etables1, bas done met
a world of good. As soon as I can get hold of money to get my machine~
out of book, I will be in bigh spirits.
;:y best to Tay Hohoff. Same to Burroughs "itobell, his
beirs and assigns.
I am sort of famirshed. hungry fra wtrord f:'om gou to keep up my
courage. Drop me some kind o a line. You are my good. luck
piece as I am ou!rs.