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[[Lee Mated?]] "Quapaw"

Pawhuska, Ok.
June 10, 1912

My dear M
I have received this morning yours of the 31st May. It was very good and kind of Dr Sturge to lend you some warm clothing. It has been quite cool here and the farmers complain that it retards the growth of the corn. The meetings at the Congress will keep you busy for a while but when it is over what do you expect to do? I hope you will not attempt to go alone if you want to go to Italy or other place.

I am a little bit discouraged in my work as I have not yet heard what my allowance will be for the next year and my claim for the expenses of my trip to Washington have not yet been paid. Then too the old man from whom I expected to get considerable material has gone

Transcription Notes:
"Quapaw" confirmed via Google as the name of an Indian tribe from the Midwest

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