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Marshall Maslin, "With All of Us," Shamokin New Dispatch 

April 9, 1935, p. 4

Tom Kromer wrote parts of his autobiography, “Waiting for Nothing,” on cigarette papers in box cars, on the margins of religious tracts, in flop houses and even on a typewriter. He says his father never hoped for anything better in his life than a job and never worried about anything else but losing it. Hit mother never wanted anything else than that the kinds should get an education and not worry about the factory closing down . . .

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