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Dear Father - 

Your letter of the 18th of December received - I was of course disappointed at not getting in the St. Louis Expo and did not send to the Club -or submit anything to the International for this reason- That anything sent from my student in the future will not be the labor of a few weeks, but of the consideration of a few months- Slow development of work- Carry on one or two at the same time but change it from one to the other. As my eyes and hand get tired of my work. I shall take up the
new- In this way, I can insure every square inch making for a complete

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