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Home Tuesday P.M. Jany 24, 1911

My dear Francis,
I think I omitted to mention to you in my letter of this morning that Mary Tyndall tells of the death of Levi Levering's wife from typhoid fever.

Mary also writes that the lumber firm from whom, I suppose, the Omaha bought the lumber to enlarge the church, are going to put in a window in memory of Mr. Hamilton.

It has occurred to me to ask you if you would like to suggest to the Sisters to put in a memorial window to your Father? If you would think well of it it would please me to contribute. It seems as though there should be some public memorial to your Father, and that a window might be a pleasing form.