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Fosdick Nowhere To Call Home
Transcript of Fosdick Nowhere To Call Home
The cab arrives to take Frances to Chicago, to her aunts house. Frances says goodbye to the servants. She gets to the train station and ends up selling her ticket, she leaves the station.
Junius tried to reassure frances that being at her aunts house is better than being a hobo. Junius said tramping was for people with nothing to lose and no where to call home, and frances thought she had nothing to lose.
The Great Depression leads Frances father to commit suicide, due to having no money.
Frances is told that she is going to take a train down to Chicago to live with her aunt, also her only living relative.
Frances doesn't like the thought of living with her aunt, so she says she wants to be a hobo, all the servants say that hoboing isn't for girls.
Frances ran to the where the box cars were, she ended up getting yelled at by a guard. She got boys clothing and cut her hair short. Frances jumped on a box car, and she was off on her journey.