Manuscripts/Mixed Material [I Wanted to be a Merchant]
“It was really a wonderful trip and a very inexpensive one. We bought two tickets for $196 apiece. I had $35 in my pocket, and I went down and drew $300 out of the bank, six 50-dollar bills.
“We soon found that everything was planned so completely that it would be unnecessary to spend any of our money except for the personal things that we might wish to buy. We didn't even break one of the 50-dollar bills we had drawn from the bank.
“During our stay at Washington, D. C., we were registered at the Chaselton Hotel. After we had lunch we inquired of the clark at the desk if he knew anything or the whereabouts of Colonel Clark, who had been stationed at bus Augusta Arsenal for a number of years, but had been transferred to Washington. Without hesitation, the clark informed us that we would find the