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Letter from James B. Howard to Charles Young
			
					Camp Johnson, Dec. 7, 1920.

Dear Col. Young:

	See this I have answered it already I told them 
that you came with Mr. Mitchell who said that he wanted the 
men to take to President and knowing that they were men of the 
Labor Company I could waive any objection.  I heard that he 
say any man who want to do anything and cannot first report 
to Secretary of War, will be dismiss but that is alright if 
I am dismiss for the right, but I will see what will be done 
with Major.

							Truly yours,

							Jas. B. Howard,
				
								Capt. L.F.F.

			
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Letter from James B. Howard to Charles Young


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