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Letter from W.C. Brown to Charles Young
			
			Governor's Island, N.Y.
				June 30, 1917

My dear Colonel Young:-

          I have a reply from Gen 
Keman who says:-- "I feel rather 
"sorry for Colonel Young . . . It is a case 
"however in which however we may 
"sympathize, I do not feel able to butt - in  
"and do anything.  He seems to be 
"in the hands of the doctors and you 
"know as well as I that these gentlemen 
"must have their way.  At any rate 
"I cannot see my way to do anything 
"on his behalf."
    I presume you have my letter 
written several days ago suggesting that 
you go to the next specialist in San 
Francisco on your supposed malady 
& get his written opinion.  Having done

			
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