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July 11, 1976-continued Page 4 Oscar + his twin brother married- Oscar had children- oldest son in Calif 1930's,1950's when we loved Oscar. Age-ing he could no longer travel so much. He adored the son's wife- I had been adored by Dad Wenver- "Boodie" - was at his funeral early 1950's We, Oscar and I had same need. We had entertained a great deal from Wash. D.C. + friends from Mitchell Air Base - L.Is. [[ Long Island]] Always had Oscar. He finally asked for the privilege (No $$) to tune Kanbe- We saw the sketches - pen & ink + watercolor he made of the Coastline from Maine to Florida from one of his several yachts. How come the yachts. - - - - - - - - - - Oscar and twin brother founded the Baldwin piano Co. to great success of their skills and financial survival like our WACO starvation days!! Mrs "WACO" writing. So, with ever close vandalism + crime daily with every day's activities adjusted from a constructive go forward - do things with precious fleeting time- the True Invasion of Civil Rights is harmed + fenced in by quote "We, Catholics are taking over your Garden [[right margin]] City [[consible?]] so nice" [[unquote?]]. per worker to 3 of us WHSTS! P. [[Pincon?]] Shellby women in Sis. Hattie M Weaver Junkin [[/right margin]]
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