Lancaster, CA: the author, 1951. Three 8.5x11 inch sheets, folded for mailing, several partial splits at folds on edges, signed in pen with pen corrections in text.
Letter from a women who grew up near Cartersville, inspired to write by hearing of Harber's political views from a sister still residing in the area. Much boilerplate Christian Republic, anti-communist rhetoric; "And WHY Anna Rosenberg - Hungarian born Jewess - to have such power over us? We must learn to discern the difference between constructive and destructive elements in our government." Urges Parsons to use his position to awaken his corner of the country to various menaces.