Two letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on September 28, and October 2, 1943. In the first letter, Dr. Moten suggests that his son practice as an assistant to a doctor to get some experience, if he isn't called to the army. He also discusses Don's money troubles. In the second letter, Dr. Moten discusses treating young men who have to report to the army soon, and again mentions Don's money troubles.
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his cousin Pierce S. Moten of Birmingham, Alabama, on September 27, 1943. He commends him on the noteworthy job he is doing in Birmingham, and for his hospitality during their recent visit.
Two letters from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Don Moten and Walter Davis, both on October 10, 1943. In the first letter, he discusses asking servicemen for news about who is being drafted, and hopes that his son will not be called. In the second, he acknowledges receipt of the Davis' rent, and advises him not to send the Motens a turkey if it will be too much trouble.
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Josephine Bramlette Moten, on August 20, 1943. He mentions his concern about his son Don's imminent entry into the army, and says he is trying to work out a position for his son in the medical field.
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to Dr. Thomas Parran, Surgeon General, on August 22, 1943. Moten asks if Dr. Parran can help his son find a proper position in the army, befitting his station as a graduate of a school of optometry.
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to L. T. Lambert of Denton, on August 22, 1943, enclosing his dues. He mentions his son's induction into the army, and the reasons for cancelling his plans to visit Denton.
Letter from Dr. Edwin D. Moten to his son Don Moten, on July 1, 1943. He discusses helping his son get to a place where he can provide for himself, and mentions the things Don left in his room at Dr. Moten's house.
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