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Walter works from Rotterdam, Holland and is Captain of the S.S. Sacandego. He travels to and from the United States, mainly to Northeast ports. Walter and Ella-May continue writing their daily letters when apart, but they have more opportunities to see each other. They spend the months of June - September with each other. Walter is talking to a lawyer about the possibility that his first divorce wasn't final before he married the Brazilian wife, which means the 2nd marriage wasn't legal.
Ella-May gives her opinion on race as a reaction to the book "Africa-Slave or Free." She moves into her own apartment in New Orleans. The last time she saw Walter was on October 21, 1928. She's going to New Jersey to meet him and stay with his Mother.
Ella-May visits Walter in New Jersey and later writes him about an incident with his Mother and states "never, never ask me to see her again..." She writes about the rail strike and the police, scabs and people killed.