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Nov, 12th, 1903 Mrs. Mary Schenk Woolman, Teacher's College, New York City, N. Y. My dear Mrs. Woolman:- I have just found a note among the multitude of correspondence, stating that you wish to be informed of my return from the West. I have been in the City but a short time and am now endeavoring to clear up my correspondence. If there is anything that I can do for you I hope that you will command me, as I am always ready to lend a helping hand, especially where educational or scientific matters are concerned. Hoping to hear from you at your conveniences, I beg to remain, Very respectfully, (G.H.P)
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