Letter, 1918 January 16, enroute from Ithaca to Lake Charles, La., to Harold Rugg, Hanover, N.H.

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McFalls, Edwin Leslie, 1893-. Letter, 1918 January 16, enroute from Ithaca to Lake Charles, La., to Harold Rugg, Hanover, N.H.

Letter, 1918 January 16, enroute from Ithaca to Lake Charles, La., to Harold Rugg, Hanover, N.H.

Thanking Rugg for copy of Poe's tale. Mentions Francis Childs. McFalls has been in New York City where he heard John Haynes Holmes preach. Describes work at Cornell and mentions the following people who are there: Trott King, Dud Rogers, McMahon, and Sid Holbrooke. He is starting a program in aviation at Gerstner Field, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

[6] p. 24 cm.

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