Thanks, now we all know that document images are incomplete while you could have the complete document posted just as easily and as fast as one page of it. My goodness, one page out of five would be useless to anyone wanting to check the transcript with the original document.
“Readers: Several things written above re Thelma and my correspondence and dealings years ago are totally erroneous. However, I dont care to waste time discussing such minor issues.”
You argue against a family member who knows and participated with what and when his family members did with 2x2 documents.
But obviously you argue against him for the eyes of the “Readers” who would know none of the facts – nice try, but no cake for you today.
And if you did not care, as you say you don't, I suspect that you would not have argued “such minor issues.” I don’t mind that you trivialize my name along with my sister’s full name and my brother’s full name online in the process of trivializing their “minor issues”. And I don’t mind because others should see what you do to people who have offered their time talents and respect to you without request from you.
Quote (in spite of the “All Rights Reserved” section of your book (do lsay charges, please)
“Typists, Editors, Proofreaders and Photography: Ruth Cowin, Joel Ehrig, Lloyd & Thelma Fortt; Joan (Fair) Gardner, April (Austin) Hamilton, L. Hanson, Connie Jacobsen, Roy Hedahl, Tracy Parman, Holly Pierce, Kris (Rauscher) Satterwhite, Tom Teegarden; and one extraordinarily fast typist who prefers to be unnamed.” And so you do, in a book you are writing for years already – it’s about time since those acknowledgements would normally apply to the book they are in so that any quotations from documents in that book would have been transcribed by one of the list no doubt.
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