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Letter from James A. Cobb to Charles Young
			
Confidential

Law Offices 
James A. Cobb
609 F Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C.

Friday

Dear Colonel:

    It might interest you 

to know that I was in Mr. 

Emmett Scott's office yesterday

and while there I went over

the papers in your case.  And I 

am convinced that you will 

soon be with the 92d as 

Colonel.  And on your way to 

France.  Everything is in fine 

shape.  And I believe he Mr. S., has 

pointed the way to the ... 

for your restoration-which I 

am quite sure will soon be yours.



Sincerely, James A. Cobb

			
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Letter from James A. Cobb to Charles Young


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