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Thursday at 9.00AM

Dear Charlottee:

I am going to be very brief as the mailman will be here in a few minutes.

First - many thanks for the wonderful birthday card and I too am so glad we met. I will write a LONG letter in a few days.

Joe Boyle was just here and we talked about the affair in Carlisle and the visit of Grace. I do hope she will stop off here, perhaps over night. If we knew definitely that she would stop here we would have a little reception. There is an article in the Allentown Call about that affair at Carlisle, something about the Olympic medals. I do not get the [[strikethrough]]c[[/strikethrough]]Call but I no doubt will send a clipping to you in my LONG letter. It is only a two hour drive from Carlisle to Jim Thorpe, Pa. Give my address and phone number and she could have someone on the committee at Carlisle to tell me when she is leaving Carlisle. We can meet here at the Court House on Market Square.

Love to all

In haste 


Frank Bernhard
821 Centre Street
Jim Thorpe, Pa - 18229
Bell Telephone 325-3964

Joe is inviting you

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