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3361 Chamblee Tucker Rd., Apt. 8 Atlanta, Ga., 30341 January 5, 1980 Dear Jerry: Your letter of Jan.I, rec'd with the interesting Xerox enclosures. With all your pressures...and of course word to me from W.D.C. where the Draft is under completion to put into effect... I too, think it would end civilization...and right now suits me as far as I am concerned in this backwash 60 yrs. behind the times and becoming Africa. This is no place for my New England Yankee intelligence FOREIGN to S.E. Would you be able to send me a list of things that will be in the L.I. Museum that I had sent you. I have the list as of Nov. 9 registered letter to you. It might be a rest from the seriousness of trying to sell a house (or buy one) with the mortgage rates so high. Mr. Louis Casey who is one of the two heads of the NASM [[SM underlined]] phoned me the other day as they are anxious for the true facts to fill in the Tax deductions by C.J. Brukner. Also we are making sure the name of my brother Chas. Wm. Meyers of no small aviation fame is placed under the donated WACO Ten, which Charlie designed. C.J.B. was a "plumber" skilled in welding when others soldered...and couldn't design an airplane contrary to encouraged lies. I have written 139 pages by "MRS.WACO" the Human Investment in WACO" which is getting at present a TXu protective copyright. This means unpublished and can be read only in the interest of HISTORY at the NASM [[underlined]]. I would like you for the sake of auld lang synne to have a Xerox copy plus your being soloed by "BUCK". I have your singnature in my book with all those Buck taught plus their letters after their fame. Jerry I feel like G.C. is really gone when you from the RED House, the garage, George gone, (where is Octavia). In fact LOSE has become my middle name...after such hard won achievement in
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