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~~91~ DEPARBTMEN~T OF EnDCoBrrowS
THQMAS Q. BAILE
April L, 1958
Mdrs. Zora N. Hurston
173L School Court
Ft. Pierce, Florida
Dear Mrs. Huratont
Thank you for your letter of Mlarch 23. Mry reply is tardy due
to my continuous absence from the office.
I appreciate your candor and sympathize with you in your disap-
pointment in the behavior of your fellow teachers. I regret that
you have suffered the kind of treatment meted out to you by your
co-workers. However, in spite of such treatment, I know that
you are mature, christian, and wise and will not harm yourself
by holding these things in your memory.
Your transcripts from Bernard and Howard are being returned to you
herewith. You should keep these in y-our lock-box so that they will
not be destroyed by fire or some other form of misfortune. If
you decide in the future to teach, you should send these transcripts
with your application for a certificate to the State Department of
Education, otherwise keep them with your other valuable papers.
I look forward to seeing you on my next trip to Ft. Pierce.
,;With bes wishes, I an
Consultant in Instruction
BRTR lWOL AR