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Letter from Caleb Foote to Agnes and Charles Butcher

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Has received the good news that Charlie is out of prison. Heard from Lew Aumack that Charlie's record in prison was almost unbelievable and that the warden told Agnes "you both ought to be sterilized." Asks Agnes' opinion of George reeves and his record with NCCO. They hope to use him to argue against conscription, but the Quakers have cooled on him for his reputed "lack of industry" and inability to get along. Continues to work for FOR, while Hope teaches at a nursery school.
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Butcher, CharlesButcher, Agnes
Created Date:
1944 12 07
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Caleb Foote Papers, 1851-1995 (bulk 1939-1995)

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