Flier listing items produced in nine communist countries and sold in the United States. The publication was issued by the Committee to Warn of the Arrival of Communist Merchandise on the Local Business Scene, an organization based in Miami, Florida.
In the message Jewett asks Pollard to inform Henry Semple that "his infant is very sick with cholera infantum." A note written on the back in pencil reads "Emily V. Semples [sic] little baby, Margaret Harris who died."
In the letter Cash describes a potential duel between James D. Westcott and Thomas Baltzell. Accompanying the letter is a document (both original and transcript) establishing rules for the duel, as well as date and place.