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I slept in a chair car for the three days and nights it took us to reach New York. . Actually, I didn’t take the train directly into New York. ”14 But among the extensive Frisco records of his employment, there is no reference to his taking a long vacation during this time. He may have confused the trip’s date with one documented in October 1928. Or, if he did use his railroad pass for such a trip, it was a quick one, perhaps just to Chicago. In Vinita, Orvon once again made close friends; his conﬁdence and charm, along with his sunny disposition, quickly endeared him to acquaintances.
At 140 pounds and 5'7", baby-faced Orvon Autry deﬁnitely looked more a boy than a man. Since he wasn’t yet eighteen—the minimum age requirement—he claimed 1906 as his birth date. He used his neatest handwriting except for the way he inscribed his middle name: “Grover” was so illegible that it turned up as “Grany” and later as “Gordon” in the Frisco railroad records. Apparently strongly disliking the name, he gradually eliminated it—it never appeared on his driver’s license, passport, or even his military records.
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