"Lum could not read and write.He
boarded a School Teacher in exchange for teaching him.The
Teacher was amazed with his ability to work with nimbers.When
Lum retired from the Mill,He was Asst.Superintendant of
the Mill.A very well liked Man.He suffered so much from
Asthma and died when he was my age."
quoted from a letter written by my grandmother
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