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^[[Gretchen to Dorothea]] [[preprinted]] 1437 WEST OHIO STREET CHICAGO [[/preprinted]] December 6, 1913. Dearest Dearest Dad:- Raymond and I are sending you our best love and heartiest congratulations for your birthday. How I wish we might just come on and surprise you for breakfast and give you a real hug of welcome! I hope that you like my birthday present and that you will use it continuously. What are your wishes for Christmas? Our great sale is today and I am sorry we have no wonderful aprons from Germany. Life and Labor has engaged Eva to be our German correspondent and I sent her her first remittance of ten dollars a few weeks ago. I hope she will be strong enough to send us articles. She sent us one on maternity insurance which [[end page]] [[blank page]]
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