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Wayland Seminary. Washington D.C. May 31th 1869. Rev. John Kimball. Supt. Schools. Dear Sir, Having learned that you desire to employ teachers for the summer, I have three or four months of respite which, I would like very much to be engaged in such work. I have never taught a school, though if I should be appointed I will make every effort to render satisfaction. In regard to my scholar-ship apply to my teacher, Rev. S. B. Gregory. Yours obedient servant — [[signature]] Harrison Davis [[/signature]]
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