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Pawnee, O.T. Mch. 22nd 1899. Miss Fletcher,, My friend, I received the last letter you wrote me in regard to the love sung. There are no words but the tune is so pretty it touches and [[strikethrough]] fell [[/strikethrough]] feeling is the reason we call it love sung. Sometimes it is sung by man folks with 3 or 4 woman with them and it sounds pretty. I today mail you the Lodge legend and have tried to give ideas and not color the story any. There's more of it about
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