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[[preprinted]] L.R. Vol. ^[[5]] No. ^[[W??]] A.C.D.C. 186 ^[[8]].

Topsham, Me., Sept. 18, 1868.

Whitten, Emily J.

[[preprinted]] (Wrapper ^[[one]] enclosures)
Wishes a position in Washington as a teacher of a colored school.

[[preprinted]] Received A.C.D.C. ^[[9/24]] 186 ^[[8]].

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Bureau Refugees, Freedmen, & Abandoned Lands
Head-Quarters Asst. Commr., D.C.
Washington, ^[[September 24th]] 186 ^[[8]].

Respectfully [/preprinted]] referred to Rev. John Kimball, Supt. of Education.
By order of Asst. Commissioner
E.B. Vol 1
No 68
[[signature]] DG Swain [/signature]]
Bvt. Major. U.S.A. & A.A.A.Gen
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