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Searing, Mary. Letter to Amy Kirby Post.

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him. I have not relayed my efforts during the summer when time [illegible] keeping home duties could be obtained only a short time when there was such an earnest call for hospital stores. I have helped E Howland all that I could consistently I [believe?] in filling two large boxes, that are I suppose now in New York in the hands of the Freedmans Society. I also feel much sympath [sic] for J Wilbur in her lonely endeavors to relieve the wants and necessities of the contrabands of Alexandria. I believe she [illegible] an other ^person^ could find plenty to do, but it seems to me [illegible] could be obtained much cheaper than she speaks of. That an other person could ^not^ do

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