In the letter Cooke discusses money that his grandson has sent him (which he has not received), and he explains that he will be unable lend Edward anything: "...I am in debt at present and probably shall be till some favorable turn takes place...My...
In the first letter, written November 22, 1918, Cooke discusses claims some of the prohibitionists have made against Underwood. In the second letter, written November 30, 1918, Underwood thanks Cooke for his support and denies the accusations of...
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