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understand inflation - its causes and cures. As a result, we are rapidly travelling the road to destruction. In short, we will finally wind up in a, crash similar to what happened in 1929-1932.

Thank you for the enclosures - which I am returning herewith.

I wonder who is trying to write the history of Rich Field, Waco?

I would be interested in reading anything that is produced.

A few months ago, the County Museum sent me an article taken from some journal which tried to tell the story of Chanute Field (Rantoul, I111). I was there during the fall of 1917 (before going down to Waco). The author admitted he had very little to go one and so did a rather poor job. I could have given him a lot of little details - but he didn't know of my existence. 

I enclose a report from the L.I.E.F. which describes the talks that will be given at Uniondale High School about aviation on Long Island - and in general.

I give the second and will be concerned with the First World War. I am working right now in preparation for the ordeal. (I'm getting too old for this kind of business!).

Charlotte and I enjoyed our trip to Europe. Only sour spot was Leningrad. We were only too happy to get away from there and get to Finland (next day).

Take care now!

Sincerely,

Jerry
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