Eugene V. Debs Letters Abstracts
Leslie Family Letters


Letter from William H. and Anna Leslie to sisters, Mama and Kate, 9/6/1908. Written on The Socialist Party Nationalist Headquarters, 180 Washington Street, Chicago [Sub - Office on the Red Special Abroad the Nation] letterhead; the letter is signed by Stephen Reynolds. Writing from Concord, New Hampshire, Anna, Will, Jack, and Ruby say that they have seen Dan Sullivan and that Comrades Carey and Hall were with them. They wish the sisters and Mama were with them in Concord with the “Debs” they all love. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD, 11/12/1908. Thanks Leslie and Comrades Anna, Mary and Kate Murphy for the messages and states that their spirited participation in the “Red Special” gave TD a glimpse of society under socialism. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Steve Reynolds to William Leslie, 11/16/1908. Writing from Terre Haute, Reynolds thanks the Comrade for the letter and the pictures and regrets that he cannot be in Mass. He gives lectures to comrades who wish to get an understanding of what is meant by socialism in friction. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Revd. Eliot White to the Leslies, 12/16/1908. Grateful for being in a loyal and enthusiastic group. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to Will H. Leslie, Anna and Katherine Murphy, and John T. and Ruby Cummings, 12/27/1908. TD feels that he is blessed to live in a favoured period and to participate in a noble course as the Brotherhood of Man. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Leslie, Katherine Murphy, Mary A. Murphy, and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cummings, 6/8/1909. Thanks them for their words of sympathy at the time of grief to the Debs family. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from John E. Martin to William and Anna Leslie, 6/8/1909. A congratulatory letter on William and Anna's marriage. Belle also sends her congratulations. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Parker to Will and Anna Leslie, 6/13/1909. Parker and his wife Helen wish William and Anna a happy marriage. Says that EVD once referred to Anna as “a Lily from the valley of humanity.” [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD and EVD to Will and Anna Leslie on Appeal to Reason Letterhead , 6/14/1909. Congratulates the Leslie's on their marriage and send their good wishes. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to William and Anna Leslie, 8/10/1910. Thanks them for their letter which had done more to restore his brother's health and vitality than what the doctors could have done. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Stephen Reynolds to William and Anna Leslie, Mary A. and Katherine E. Murphy, and to John and Ruby Cummings, 11/9/1910. Sends a letter consoling his comrades at the death of Jene. Informs them of a meeting where he had started a debate on, “We the workers of the world demand the earth, NOW.” [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 12/26/1910. Writing on Appeal to Reason Letterhead, EVD thanks the Leslie's for the message sent. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD to Will and Anna Leslie, 1/3/1911. Thanks the Leslie's for the New Year Greetings and wishes them well. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from William Leslie to Comrade Warren, 1/18/1911. An encouraging letter written to a comrade who is serving six months in prison for working for the good of the workers. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Parker to Will and Anna Leslie, 11/19/1911. Wishing the Leslies well at the birth of their son. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from David Fulton Karsner to Anna Leslie, 11/20/1911. A letter of sympathy at the death of Anna's baby boy. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 12/26/1911. Thanking the Leslies for sending EVD cheerful messages. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD to William Leslie, 10/8/1912. Writing from Colonial-Annex Hotel in Pittsburgh waiting for the train to take him to Oil City, TD talks about his disappointment at not being able to see the Leslie's when he was passing through Boston. EVD sends his regards. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from David Fulton Karsner to William Leslie on The Evening Times, Philadelphia Letterhead, 8/8/1913. Thanks Leslie for writing to him and Mrs. Karsner. Horace Traubel is in Montreal preparing the fourth volume of, With Walt Whitman in Camden. Leslie and Cummings could meet Traubel in Boston, who is now visiting Mrs. Mildred Bain. Mrs. Bain has written a brief life and appreciation of Traubel. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from William Leslie to EVD, 12/23/1913. Sends Christmas greetings to EVD who has made self-sacrifices so that his fellowmen could live better. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 12/27/1913. Thanking the Leslies for the holiday message and thinking of the “Murphy” girls to the days of the “Red Special” who is now Mrs. Anna Leslie. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from David Fulton Karsner to William Leslie, 1/27/1914. Karsner had written a review of Mildred Baine's Horace Traubel for the Western Comrade which is a Los Angeles Socialist magazine. Also sends excerpts of an editorial on the democracy of Walt Whitman that appeared in the North American. A copy of a note that Karsner received from the author of the editorial, Leigh Mitchell Hodges, is also typed in with the letter. Hopes that Leslie, his wife, and Cummings were living close by. Several of their mutual friends who have dropped in at Karsners also have signed the letter. They are Horace Traubel, Rose Sharon Karsner, Nathan Mendelsshon, Rose Wilkins Levinson, and George H. Halhette. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 3/12/1914. Congratulates the Leslies on the birth of the twins. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Horace Traubel to William Leslie, 3/14/1914. Writing from Montreal, Horace congratulates the Leslies on the birth of twins. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Horace Traubel to William Leslie, 4/21/1914. Illegible. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from David Fulton Karsner to William H. Leslie, 5/7/1914. Informs that the Karsners have shifted to Arden, Delaware and invites Mrs. Leslie and Comrade Cummings to visit them. Says that Horace Traubel has been very ill and is now convalescing. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Horace Traubel to William Leslie on Hotel, Brevoort, New York letterhead, 8/8/1914. Asks Leslie to meet him in Boston. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to William and Anna Leslie, 8/12/1914. Thanks the Leslies for the cards containing the pictures of the Leslies and their babies. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Horace Traubel to William and Anna Leslie, 10/23/1914. Writes that he had sent a kimona with a letter to Rose Sharon Karsner asking her to hand it over to Walt Whitman Karsner - their new born baby. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Rose Sharon Karsner to William Leslie, 10/29/1914. Thanking Leslie for the good wishes sent at the birth of the Karsner's baby. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Copy of letter from William Leslie to EVD, 12/23/1914. Writes of the good things EVD had done for the good of the common man. Wishes EVD happiness and peace in the coming year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 12/28/1914. Grateful for having such good friends as the Leslies, EVD sends them good wishes for the coming year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from David Fulton Karsner to William Leslie, 1914?. Sends a picture of Walt Whitman Karsner and says that he has not seen Horace yet. He is writing a book on Horace. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Horace Traubel to Will Leslie, 3/25/1915. Regrets that he missed Leslie and says that he saw half of Leslie when he saw Cummings. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from David Fulton Karsner to Will Leslie, 5/4/1915. Extends his sympathies at the death of Leslie's baby. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Horace Traubel to William Leslie, 6/25/1915. Sorry to have missed him and his family - hopes to see them soon. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Anne Montgomerie Traubel to Anna Leslie, 9/20/1915. Expecting to see the Leslies in October and asking Anna to make the trip by car with the baby. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD to Will Leslie, 10/30/1915. Writing on behalf of EVD, the letter thanks Leslie for the message received by EVD while in Boston. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Will Leslie to EVD and wife, 12/24/1915. Praises EVD for the work he had done for common masses and wishes him long life and happiness in the coming year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to William and Anna Leslie, 12/27/1915. Thanks them for the holiday message. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Horace Traubel to William Leslie, ?/7/1915. Writing from Boston, Horace says that he is leaving for Canada on the following Tuesday. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from William Leslie to Anna and little Anna Leslie, 5/17/1916. Writing on a Hotel Belmont, New York letterhead, William gives news of his trip to his wife, and shows concern for his little girl Anna. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Horace Traubel to William Leslie, 9/27/1916. Illegible. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 12/27/1916. Thanks them for the good wishes and in return sends the Leslies season's greetings. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 1916?. Letter also addresses Katherine and Mary Murphy. On a Hotel James, Ashtabula, Ohio letterhead, he informs them that the meetings in Youngstown were very successful. Sends his regards to Horace Traubel. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William and Anna Leslie, 12/27/1917. Thanks the Leslies for the telegram received on Christmas Day and sends them good wishes. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from Horace Traubel Committee to William H. Leslie, 1917. An invitation for a one dollar a plate dinner held in honor of Horace Traubel's birthday; signed by Frederick P. Hier Jr., David Cummings, and David Fulton Karsner. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from George E. Roewer, Jr., to William Leslie, 6/20/1918. Had learned from Max Mydans the death of Cummings and sends his sympathies to Leslie addressed to the Reliance Yarn Company in Norwich, Conneticut. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Anne Montgomerie Traubel to Anna Leslie, 7/19/1918. Writes showing concern for Horace Traubel's eyesight and Anna Leslie's health. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD to William H. Leslie, 8/8/1918. Thanks him for a letter sent to EVD. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Mary V. Duffy to William H. Leslie, 9/16/1918. Writing on letterhead of the Office of the Town Clerk, Town of North Kingstown, Rhode Island, Duffy thanks Leslie for the check he had sent. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Copy of letter from EVD to Horace Traubel, 9/20/1918. Asking Traubel to give attention to his health and be strong to work for the cause. The letter also mentions Ella Reeve Bloor, a loyal comrade who had good things to say about Horace Traubel. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Copy of letter from EVD addressed to Horace Traubel, 10/18/1918. Grateful to the Traubels, the Leslies, and the Murphys for sending him inspiring messages. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to William H. Leslie, 10/26/1918. Thanking him for the letter and asking him to take good care of Horace Traubel; TD writes on EVD's behalf. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Anne Montgomerie Traubel to Anna Leslie, 11/4/1918. Writes appreciating Leslie's friendship. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to Horace Traubel, 11/15/1918. Praises Horace Traubel's work and wishes him well. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from William F. Gable to William Leslie, 11/18/1918. Horace Traubel had written to Gable about Leslie's interest in Robert G. Ingersoll. Gable has a set of Dresden edition of the works of Ingersoll and wishes to know Leslie's full address and how to send them. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from William F. Gable to William Leslie, 11/18/1918. Says he is blessed to have known a man like Leslie and happy and relieved to know that Horace Traubel is doing well. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of letter from William Leslie to EVD, 12/23/1918. Writes of the good that EVD had achieved for humanity and Anna and William Leslie send their Christmas greetings to EVD. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to Anna Leslie, 1/1/1919. Writes of the old days when the Murphy sisters helped in the campaign and their enthusiasm and loyalty to the cause. EVD is grateful that Horace Traubel is under Anna Leslie's care. Sends good wishes to Anna and William Leslie, Mary and Catherine Murphy, and to Horace Traubel for a Happy New Year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William H. Leslie, 1/1/1919. Thanks Leslie for the loyalty and generosity in sending one hundred dollars for the cause. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from William Leslie to EVD, 1/13/1919. Had received EVD's letter from Ashtabula, Ohio and thanks him and his wife for the enclosed gifts. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Parker to Anna Leslie, 7/1919. Writes to show his concern over Anna's health. Says that Hilbert had enjoyed his visit with the Leslies and that Gertie was disappointed that she could not make it. Wishes Anna a speedy recovery. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from William Leslie to Horace Traubel, 8/1919. Traubel is staying with Mildred and Frank Bains at Norwich, Conneticut. Leslie shows his concern about Traubel's eyes and wishes him well. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Anna Traubel to Will and Anna Leslie, 9/8/1919. Sends news of Horace Traubel's death and requests the Leslies to inform Martin and Mrs. Cummings. Thanks the Leslies for the kindness shown to Horace. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from David Karsner to William H. Leslie, 10/6/1919. Frank Bain, Bernard Weinig, and Karsner are trying to raise $1200 towards funeral expenses of Horace Traubel. Ask Leslie if he is willing to join in and send a check to Karsner. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from William Leslie to EVD, 12/22/1919. A sympathetic letter to EVD in prison wishing him a Happy New Year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie to TD, 12/22/1919. Sending TD good wishes for Christmas. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Anna Leslie to EVD, 12/23/1919. Wishes him well during the Christmas season. Horace Traubel is with them and is getting better. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Anne Montgomerie Traubel to Will Leslie, 12/27/1919. Sends a Chinese incense burner to be handed over to Ruby. She had missed the Leslies at Horace Traubel's party. She had been sick - her neighbors, the Hormans, had taken care of her and Bob Lynn had come to Camden and helped her. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD to Will and Anna Leslie, 1/5/1920. Prison rules are such that EVD cannot write so TD writes on behalf of his brother. David Karsner who had visited EVD says he is in good health. Deplores Wilson's attitude and says that it is better for EVD to be in prison rather than have him turn traitor to his convictions. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Anne Montgomerie Traubel to Will and Anna Leslie, 1/6/1920. Exchange of one's devotion for another had kept Horace Traubel's life happy and it had brought comfort to Anne. She is grateful for the group of friends who are around Horace. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Copy of letter from Will and Anna Leslie to Lois, Walter and Beryl, 2/12/1920. Writes about the difficult times they had at home with everyone at home falling sick. They hope to meet soon and discuss world affairs. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from the Leslie's, A message to Anne Montgomerie Traubel, 12/19/1920. Remembers Horace Traubel's death in previous year October. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Leslies to EVD, 12/20/1920. Sends greetings of love and writes that they hear of “pleadings to Wilson” to release EVD but one day the world will ask that “EVD pardons Wilson and his aides” for their infamous acts. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to William and Anna Leslie, 1920. Thanking the Leslies for their thoughtfulness and generosity towards EVD and wishing them a peaceful New Year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from William Leslie to Hon. Warren G. Harding, President of the United States, 9/17/1921. Writing as an American citizen, Leslie appeals to the U. S. President to take steps to release Debs and other political prisoners. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from William Leslie to Robert B. Gable, 12/9/1921. Extending his sympathies at the death of Robert's father, William F. Gable, whom Leslie got to know through Horace Traubel. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Robert B. Gable to William H. Leslie, 12/13/1921. Thanking Leslie for his words of sympathy at Robert's father, William F. Gable's death. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from William Leslie to EVD, 12/22/1921. At Horace Traubel's birthday dinner in New York on the 19th of December people have been assured that EVD would be free to spend Christmas with family. Writing a letter of encouragement Leslie cheers up EVD. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Edmund Lyaes to Will Leslie, 1/6/1922. Thanking Leslie for the kind letter and the flowers sent to them at the time of grief. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Katherine M. Debs to Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie, 1/9/1922. Thanks the Leslies for the holiday remembrances. EVD is happy to be back at home in Terre Haute. She is grateful for the loyalty and sympathy of friends who made that possible. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

A poem by Chase V. Parker to William H. and Anna Leslie, 2/15/1922. From the supervisor of the small town jail, good wishes to the Leslies. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from Will and Anna Leslie to EVD and Katherine, 12/22/1922. A sympathetic letter reminding EVD of all the hardships he had to go through during the year and wishing EVD, Katherine, and TD peace and happiness in the coming year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from EVD to Will, Anna, and Gean Leslie, 1/8/1923. Thanks the Leslies for their kindness and wishes them a happy New Year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from EVD to William Leslie, 11/6/1923. EVD is grateful for the message sent on the eve of the Cooper Union Meeting by the Leslies and Mary and Catherine Murphy. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from William and Anna Leslie to TD, 12/17/1923. Now that he is out of prison and his name is eternal, EVD should not tax himself. A word of advice to TD to protect EVD from himself. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to William Leslie and family, 12/20/1923. Thanks the Leslie family for the holiday greetings and the flowers. TD cannot accept the check as they do not have the same needs as before. Writing on behalf of EVD, TD sends them blessings of the season. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Katherine M. Debs to Will and Anna Leslie, 12/29/1923. Thanks the Leslies for the holiday greetings. The happy Leslie famiy brings inspiration to the future of the human race. Sorry to hear of William's illness - she sends them her blessings for the New Year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Will, Anna, Jean, Mary, and Katherine to EVD and his wife, 1/24/1924. Will, Anna, Jean, Mary, and Katherine call it the “Debs night” and enjoy the chocolates they received from EVD and his wife. They thank them for the generous gift. The letter is written on a Reliance Yarn Company, Norwich, Conn. letterhead. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Copy of letter from William, Anna, Jean, Mary, and Katherine to EVD, 1/29/1924. While enjoying a box of chocolates sent to the Leslies by EVD, they thank him for his thoughfulness in sending them the chocolates. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of letter from William and Anna Leslie to Walter, 2/16/1924. A long letter giving news about the Leslie family. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Copy of a letter from Will and Anna Leslie to EVD and Catherine, 12/22/1924. Reminds EVD of the things he had achieved in the last years for the common good and wishes him and his wife well in the coming year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from EVD to Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie, 12/30/1924. Holiday greetings from the Leslies bring comfort to the heart, writes EVD in this letter to his comrades in Norwich, Conneticut. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to William H. Leslie, 2/7/1925. Requests Leslie to make a financial contribution to the Socialist Party to get rid of a debt that the party had incurred during the war. He needs to raise $5,000 to pay off the debt and finances are needed for the educational activities of the Party as well. Comrade Morris Hillquit has already contributed $100. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of letter from William Leslie to EVD, 2/16/1925. Encloses a check in response to the appeal for funds to pay off the debt; but remarks that EVD is a failure, as Morgan has suggested, as a fund raiser even if the dollars were to be used for the benefit of man. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from EVD to Will and Annie Leslie, 3/4/1925. Thanks the Leslies for the contribution towards the Debs Fund and says that all of Rockefeller's millions could not duplicate the Leslie's contribution. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Bertha Hale White to Will and Anna Leslie on The Socialist Party letterhead, 3/24/1925. The Executive Secretary of the Socialist Party, Bertha Hale White writes to acknowledge the receipt of $50 and says that the preparation of the “Dollar - Now” campaign letter was influenced by Leslie's letter. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from Will and Anna Leslie to EVD and Katherine, 12/21/1925. Wishes him well for the holiday season and the new venture EVD had undertaken in editing the new “American Appeal”. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from William and Anna Leslie to Mr. and Mrs. Odilion Plant, 12/25/1925. Wishing the Plants well on their fortieth wedding anniversary. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from EVD to Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie, 1/5/1926. EVD writes that his wife's sister's death had kept him from writing to the Leslies earlier. Thanks them for the holiday message. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to Anna and Jean Leslie, and Katherine E. and Mary A. Murphy, 1/18/1926. Thanks them for the comforting message sent to Katherine Debs at the death of her sister. EVD, Katherine, and Gertrude join TD in sending greetings and remembrances. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from William and Anna Leslie to Katherine Debs, 10/21/1926. A long comforting letter sent at EVD's death. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from TD to Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie, 12/31/1926. Writes of the days they worked together and the loneliness that TD experiences now that EVD is no more. Sends good wishes for the coming year. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from R. P. Evans to William H. Leslie, 7/1/1932. A letter from The American Appraisal Company, Inc., requesting Leslie, the treasurer of the Reliance Yarn Company of Norwich, Conn., to get an appraisal of the industry. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Copy of a letter from William Leslie to Robert J. Kelly, 7/20/1932. Shares their interest in the emancipation of the workers but now too old to take an active part. He had established a woolen mill in Norwich with Jack Cummings as a business partner. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie, and Mary and Katherine Murphy to TD and Mrs. Debs, 12/9/1936. A letter of sympathy at the death of Katherine, EVD's wife. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from TD to Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie, and Mary and Katherine Murphy, 12/29/1936. Thanks the Leslies for the sympathetic message sent at the death of his sister. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Card from Marguierite Debs Cooper to Will, Anna, and Jean Leslie, 1949. Christmas greetings and blessings for the New Year from Maguierite Debs Cooper. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]

Letter from EVD to William H. Leslie, n. d. Illegible. [Leslie family gift, Binder 7]

Letter from Anna, Will, and Jean Leslie, and Mary and Katherine Murphy, a message to EVD, [n. d.] Signed by William and Anna Leslie and Mary and Katherine Murphy; good wishes on EVD's release from prison. [Leslie family gift, Binder 6]