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Since I wrote Mr. Crowell the atomic bomb7 has sent a shudder of horror (and fear) through all the world, and one's own little affairs seem scarcely worth thinking about.
Perhaps the enclosed clipping was syndicated in the Chicago8 papers. Do not return it. Throughout ASTICOU INN
MAINE this war I have found Major Eliot9 the best commentator and the best forecaster.