This article describes the German ambassador's response to the news about the Lusitania; he refuses to admit that the ship was attacked by a German submarine, demanding proof about the cause of the ship's sinking.
In the letter he mentions that exams have begun ("I have great doubts as to whether I can pass or not"), and he then discusses his desire to join a company being raised on campus: "The most of my friends have gone into it, and try very hard to get...
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...
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