By Richard Martin
A examine of mid-twentieth-century American sports clothing.
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He never asked me why I moved them. Could not look me in the face. I will have nothing to do with those kind of people. 22 Also on the coast of mainland Mexico, Mazatlán was a major port supplying the northern section of the country, and it was an outlet for fruit grown in the region. 23 This comment suggests that the realities of Indian fighting may have occupied more of Matthews’s thoughts than he had previously revealed. 24 Landing at a Mexican port provided an unparalleled opportunity for soldiers inclined to desert.
I was sitting up on deck thinking of my dear home and friends when one of the Sailors took me down in the hold and gave me a splendid meal. I enjoyed it very much as was quite hungrey. Thanked him very kindly for it and went up on deck again to meditate, have plenty of time for that, and I assure you that most of it is of home, that blessed place. I will be deprived of the pleasure of being with you for five years. But sure as that time is up, I will never leave you again. But this is only a repetition of what I have written to you [a] half dozen times.
I 18 chapter one know one thing, there will be very little I will have discounted. 18 This separation from all that is dear to me is very hard to bear, but five years will pass away then, like the prodigal “that I am,” I will return to my fathers house, never under any circumstances to leave it again. I know you will miss me equally as much as I shall you. Not because I am so all important, but still I am a member of the family, and one darling little sister has left us for a better land and only those that have suffered the same bereavement can sympathize with us.
American Ingenuity: Sportswear, 1930S-1970s by Richard Martin