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[[preprinted]] 233 [[/preprinted]] Washington April 5th 1870 Mr Chas A Harrison Centerville. Md. Dear Sir Yours of Mch 31st is received. I am looking every day for the Lumber bill. It is better to have the carpenters paid out of your funds as I cannot give anything until the building is completed. Can you give me any information as to how the Salem building is getting along? Yours &c [[signature]] W L Van Derlip [[/signature]] Bvt Maj & Supt of Ed
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