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Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander
446 Lebanon Street
Melrose 76, Mass.

Jan.17, 1953.

Dear Miss Van Waters:-

I am writing to you as you requested during
our conversation after your lecture Sunday Jan 11
at the Melrose Congregational Church.

Briefly my problem is this - having made
an unfortunate mistake in the best which I have
made a sincere effort to overcome for five years
and so far have succeeded with the exception
of retaining the friendship of young lady
friends when I tell them of my past when we
become serious and discuss marriage they
drop our friendship.

I have been associated with the Hillcrest
Congregational Church during that time and
the Rev. Bodge & Rev. Asplin will attest to my
activities and efforts. I realize how difficult
it must be for a girl to accept me especially
when she has her family etc. to consider and
I only think it fair that she should know.

Perhaps some one who also has had an
unfortunate experience and having the same
difficulty would be better for me to meet as
we could both understand and help each
other provided that we were suited in dis-
position etc.

Could you be of help in assisting me
to meet such a girl? I can arrange to
meet and discuss more in detail with
you any evening except Thu. Fri or Sat -
or anytime Monday Jan 26th with my Father
as he has that day off.

Thank you and trusting that
you can help me

Respectfully yours
George B. Alexander

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