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From Jesse Complanter Lawton's N.Y. March Sat 8, 1902 Mr. Harrington Sir - I try drop you a few lines this morning. First I let you know that I am well as usual, and I got your letter all right. I am getting along all right this time. Now I tell when you want some drawings just write to me and tell me what one you want. Then I going to draw with my might.
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