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SethCL at Oct 13, 2021 03:26 AM

(seq. 73)

October 1, 1954

Mr. Albert Fenachte

Charlestown State Prison

Charlestown, Mass.

Dear Mr. Fenachte:

I remember very pleasantly our conversation after the Sunday
morning service this summer. I want you to know how much I
appreciated the fine molds that you have been able to send to our
girls. They enjoy doing this plaster work and I think are going to
make a little money for themselves. They are very popular figures.

Was it you who made the beautiful lamps with which I was
presented when I left? If you were I do wish to thank you, and if
it is some other man, kindly thank him for me.

All good wishes.

Sincerely yours,

Miriam Van Waters,



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