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who went with us to the end. They were all so very sad & gloomy & R. & I were the only two cheerful people there, but we succeeded in pulling the others out of the dumps & all ended quite merrily.

The next day we went to New York & then on Nov. 8th I went to Philadelphia to the meeting of the Ex. Bd. of the National League & the Convention of the American Federation of Labor. I stayed till the 13th & on the 14th received with Kate at her first "At Home" & on the 15th came here to meet Raymond who had gone on ahead.

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[[preprinted]] Department of Police 
City of Chicago 
Telephone Main 4636
Chicago Municipal Lodging House
12-14 South Jefferson Street

Raymond Robins
Superintendent [[/preprinted]]
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