MilColl_WWI_82_Box2_051

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pect his father's son to be.
He has also cultivated his nature
by reading and travel. I drop
in on him when the military
[?lows?] me for a chat about
books and men, - two worlds
he is at home in. We borrow
from each other the few books
we each have, and he has
just given me a study of
Pilgrims Progress by John
Relman which begins in
a solidly [?untrusting?] way. I
finished Troubled Traunton last
week and enjoyed it

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