This is a very interesting eighteen-page document from a childhood friend of General Arnold’s.
He addresses General Arnold as Harley and retells stories from their childhood together.
“These reminiscences bring to mind the days we attended the Lower Marion High School and when you received your appointment to West Point. At that time I was living at Narberth. I remember one day sitting in the front room of your home on Lancaster Avenue with you and your brother Clifford, looking at a book of Memoirs over of the old Battery “A” of which your Dad was a member.”
A rare glimpse behind the man. The author asks his old friend Harley to intercede on behalf of the captain of “Jack The Ripper”. Contains pictures of the crew on a goodwill tour.
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