Carbon copy of a letter from Elsworth Brown to his father, George Brown. Elsworth asks if George will accept some liver extract and vitamin D to help with his cold. He says it will definitely help, but assures his father he has no firsthand experience with it, not having had a cold in three years. Surprising, since he is in public so much. He again asks George to travel to Chattanooga to stay with him and Vivian. He talks about the increase in wartime taxes and the large orders they must produce at work. Elsworth also talks about how painting the house will also have to wait until the war ends.