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In a series of letters, J. M. Marmuck asks that his son Vivian be excused from work in the field, drawing, and religious services except for those that are non-denominational. He is Catholic and thinks it would be wrong for him. In later letters he thanks Stone for his attention to this matter then asks that his son be excused from school for a few days. In one of the letters he asks Stone to prohibit his son from using tobacco. October 18, 1899, October 20, 1899,November 12, 1899, November 15, 1899, November 29, 1899, September 15, 1899.
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