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February 9 - Allen Central High School

My Dear Friend,

The more I learn of your exploits, the more I admire all that you do. You do more to serve the honorable name of the Southern Black Man than any person I know. For that, I thank you and am in your debt. Wherever I go, I sing your laurels and follow your escapades with great fever. Sir, if I may, I would love to post your open letter our website with our Confederate Black History link.

I shall be going to Columbia next weekend and do my best to represent our heritage with every fiber of my being. I do hope to see you there and look forward to future adventures together. If you are ever in my area, know that you have a humble little abode to stay. Do give my regards to your family and as you need me, know that I most assuredly will remain your humble servant,

The Old General