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68 [[checkmark]] 915 Union Trust Building Detroit, Michigan, November 13th, 1907 Mr. R. S. Barr, 1146 Third Avenue, Detroit, Michigan. Dear Sir:- Replying to your letter of the 11th inst., I would say that we have no vacancy in our office and we know of no opening in either of the business institutions with which we are connected. Yours respectfully, Hecker & Freer
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-signature is difficult to decipher Note 2 Frank Hecker was Freer's friend and business partner.
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