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^[[Gretchen Sept. 7, 1914.]] [[preprinted]] TELEPHONE, MONROE 825 [[image:[[?]] ]]236 1427 WEST OHIO STREET CHICAGO [[/PREPRINTED]] [[stamp : ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART]] Dearest Dad, Thank you ever so much for your dear birthday letter & thank Tante Heidlauff for hers - I will write her in a day or so. We are very busy between the political work & the usual stories of 2 strikes on hand. However Raymond & I had a very happy day together - he is now in Springfield for Labor Day. Much, much love, G ——.
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