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CITY OF ROCHESTER
NEW YORK

DEPARTMENT OF
THE MUNICIPAL MUSEUM
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ARTHUR C. PARKER, DIRECTOR

MUSEUM COMMISSION
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ALVIN H. DEWEY
CLEMENT L. MINER
FLORUS R. BAXTER

Jan 1 1927

Dear Edna:-

Outside of a telegram of Congratulation I haven't written you since the letter you wrote announcing your change of name. I have been very busy and away from home most of the time, then Dorothy and I wound up here for the Holliday's. We arrived on December 23d and have been having a good time. leaving home tomorrow morning.

That you have at last found happiness and peace is a great relief and comfort to me. With a real man to love and who loves you, you are and must be very happy. 

We are well, and we find Arthur and Anna also in good spirits. Anna seems much pleased with what has happened.

Write when you have a chance.

Your loving father,
G. E. Parker

Transcription Notes:
Should the image of the Rochester Seal be included in this? Changed punctuation after good time to a period instead of a comma

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