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Hamisfar hopes that Finley will not think badly of him for not joining "The Sons of Temperance." He says that he will never be drunk and despises a drunkard, but he will not join because he thinks he can live soberly without it. Hamisfar invites Finley to his house for Christmas holidays. He says that he and his son Leroy are at home for the winter, and he is going over the mountains in the spring. Abstract Number - 1203
General Ministry; Temperance Letters; Family Friend
Hamisfar, Charles W. Jr., "Letter from Charles W. Hamisfar Jr. to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 1183.