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November 16, 1925

Mr. Edward H. Bennett,
80 East Jackson Boulevard,
Chicago, Ill.

My dear Mr. Bennett,

Both my cousin and myself are going to Chicago for the weekend.

I will call you up, because it will give me great pleasure to see you again, and I even wonder if, should it be convenient to you, we cannot come and pay you a little visit in Lake Forrest on Sunday.

Hoping that these lines will find you in good health, with best regards, pray believe me to be

Yours Very Sincerely,



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