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[[underlined]][[May?]] 14 [[/underlined]] [[preprinted]] ELEVATION, 4,000 FEET [[image - drawing of a wreath containing the initials MLH]] T.G. PORTERFIELD MANAGER Lake Hotel Corporation OPERATING Mountain Lake Hotel (GILES COUNTY) COOLEST PLACE IN THE SOUTH TELEGRAPH AND POST OFFICE IN HOTEL ADAMS AND SOUTHERN EXPRESS OFFICES N. & W. AND VIRGINIAN STATIONS PEMBROKE, VA. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS Mountain Lake, Va., [[blank line]] [[/preprinted]] ^[[mailed Aug 8, 1916]] My dear Miss Fletcher. You have been assuredly most kind & it is my duty to tell you it has not been wholly in vain. I am not primarily interested in the Omaha but in religion - religion in its most primitive unsophisticated [[?]] and so I have of late become very much enamored of our Keo Indian predecessor, and I believe we students of religion are more deeply in your debt than you yourself can realize. I hope some time I shall have the privilege of personally thanking you, for Hallo & what it has meant [[?]] we to many hundreds of people. It may interest you to know that I have this past season delivered six lectures on Hallo - & made some twenty people buy the book - & have
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