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Letter November 5, 1920 from Howard to David Eichel

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who have gone east.

There is nothing new hear [sic] except the winter weather, and that is an old story. Already we have had three storms. The snow has disappeared from the compound but the mountains are white to their base.

Powell and Franklin left for home Monday. Schneider is growing uneasy as he begins to count the days. He leaves on the ninth of next months. As for the rest of us, we merely look forward to serve "good time". With the exception of a few who have colds, we are all well.

Election has gone much as we expected. One concludes that the only [illegible word] processes apparent in America is a grand flip-flop every four years. Those of us who had hoped for something more will be able to find some solace perhaps in the experiences of the guy who said that the only thing that gave him any sense of infinity was the stupidity of the human race.

The gang all join in best wishes to both Julius and yourself.

As ever,
Howard

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