A handwritten letter by Earl C. Hammond, Jr., a railway mail clerk on the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad to his parents, dated
July 6, 1921 describing his narrow escape during the flood of June 3 in Pueblo, Colorado. A typed transcript and envelope
accompany the letter.
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