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Homer E. Sargent, JR
Lexington Hotel.
Chicago.

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Wrote July 03
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May 7th 1903

My dear friends,
Before leaving for the west which I expect to do the first part of next week I wish to leave with you my temporary address at which a letter will reach me until the middle of June, after that the permanent one at the head of this letter is correct.
If it will inconvenience you in no way and my presence be acceptable, I should like to join you in August on your summer tour of the Pueblos and the Navajo Country
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