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James C. Bardin to Horace Kephart, March 27, 1927

By 1887- James Cook Bardin

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In a letter to Horace Kephart on March 27, 1927, James C. Bardin writes from the University of Virginia, School of Romantic Languages regarding an entry in the “Ask Adventure” department of “Adventure” magazine and a trip to the Smokies.DIVISION OF SPANISH UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF ROMANIC LANGUAGES 27 March 1927. Mr. Horace Kephart, Bryson City, N. C., My dear Mr. Kephkrt: The enclosed letter may interest you--both from the point of view of its contents, as well as from that of the far reaching effects of the Ask Adventure department. The Sergeant evidently must have felt a considerable homesickness when he read that letter and answer in the latest Adventure. Wish I could manage to take him along on the expedition. Owing# to unexpected on active duty with the commission, at the very of this year), I am not summer. I can't go off vacation period, and it events, chief of which is that I got myself ordered Military Intelligence Reserve, in which I hold a time we planned to reach the Smokies (early in June sure whether the trip is coming off until next of expeditions of this kind except in the summer nearly always happens that something happens to blast my best laid plans! However, if the army gets through with me in time this summer, I'll get therS yet. With best regards, I am, Sincerely yours, _£~

Topics: Kephart, Horace, 1862-1931 -- Correspondence; Bardin, James Cook, 1887- -- Correspondence;, Writings;
Publisher: Hunter Library Digital Collections, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC 28723;
Year: 2018
OAI identifier: oai:wcudigitalcollection.contentdm.oclc.org:p16232coll8/1702
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