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A handwritten copies of three letters written by Mattie J. Labory to Fr. Corr, the first two letters written on Brownson House stationery. The first letter, written by Mary J. Workman and dated July 31, 1919 requests an appointment to meet with Fr. Corr, congratulates him on his recent success, asks for frank criticism of the Brownson House's activities, and asks to know what Fr. Corr's plans are for the Brownson House. The second letter, also by Mary J. Workman and dated August 30, 1919, congratulates Fr. Corr on an outline for a new organization plan for the Associated Catholic Charities for the diocese that was recently published in the Tidings. The third and fourth letters, written by Mattie J. Labory on September 9 and 12, 1919, attempt to clarify a misunderstanding about two orphaned boys in the care of the Brownson house, about to be transferred into foster care.