Letters: Feb. 28, 1927

Doing Europe


Like the words of our copatriot Aimee McPherson: "To err is human,"1 I made a slight error and my dear Uncle Sam invited me to spend a short time in Leavenworth.

Once I had too much "time" and now that I have become acquainted with another kind, I am not satisfied with it coming along once a week.

Seventeen companions in crime read my copy, including the famous Dr. Cook of North Pole fame, the Yellow Kid, whose mysterious ways gained him millions, S. E. J. Cox of...

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