In the first letter, written September 18, 1934, Darby describes the effect of the current national textile strike on his company. Armed strikers have been threatening employees, so the mill has been shut down. He asks the state to intercede since...
This issue describes Montgomery's reaction to the news of D-Day: "Radios were never turned off during the first 24 hours and there was one topic of conversation...All stores closed at 5 p.m. and at that same hour two-score buglers, stationed...
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