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Home. Jany 11, 1911

My dear Francis
I am very sorry that you can find it in your heart to refrain from writing me. You cannot be happy to cherish wrong and false thoughts of me, and to push aside all that I tell you, which is true.

I enclose a clipping from a paper just received from Miss Proctor. You recall our pleasant visit at the home of Dr. Thos Van Slyke at Kingston the year we were at the Mohawk Conference. A line from you to Mrs Van Slyke would give her pleasure. I've just written her & told her you were at work in Oklahoma. A contract is the enclosed letter just rec'ed

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