The Captain and His Lady

Ellen Randolph Weatherly

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Synopsis: In the year of 1924, George N. Randolph, a US Army captain stationed at Camp Gaillard in the Panama Canal Zone, sat at his desk and began writing his first love letter to Ruth Morrison, a woman he had fallen in love with at first sight. Being a militar

About the Author: Ellen Randolph Weatherly taught elementary school for fifteen years and then served as an administrative secretary at Mississippi State University for thirteen years. Now retired, Weatherly lives in her childhood home of Starkville, Mississippi,

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