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so that in case you have not seen it from Allen Bean's Correspondence you may [[underline]] vista [[/underline]]
  I am waiting patiently for something from it.  Don't care what, so its work.  Of course I prefer Troops and so told the Secy. of War.
  The Training School in Trades for draftees opens today at Wilberforce.  A good thing for all concerned.
   Their officers, a capt. & 2  tenienties are white.  Of course we've nothing against them because of color.  We would not be so prejudiced and small, especially in this age of Democracy Making.
   -Xenia is still on the map where you put it.  Keep it there.
   Give my love to Points, Scull, et al. and  tell them how much I am depending upon them

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and my faith in you all.
   Mrs. Young remembers you with much pleasure and sends regards.
  Lovingly, always your friend,
      Chas. Young

[[underline]] Sgt. Oscar W. Price. [[/underline]]


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