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D. C. Stephenson to Clarence Darrow, May 11, 1930

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May 11th, 1930

Mr. Clarence Darrow, Atty

1537 East 60th Street

Chicago, Illinois

Dear Mr. Darrow:

On April 18th, and 20th, and 26, 1930 I wrote you in reply to your letter of April 15th. To date no reply to those letters has been received.

I shall not enter into any arrangement with othef lawyers until something is decided in the matter of your taking up my legal fight.

Yours truly,

D. C. Stephenson

P. S. You probably do not know that I have never been permitted to have in my possession copies of briefs filed in my name, supposedly in my behalf. There could be no honest reason for this.