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EL PASO, TEXAS Mar. 6th 1904.

My dear Geo. G.:-

We are off at last and hope soon to be in Old Mex, expect to be, in fact, in about an hour.

I spent what time there has been at our disposal in looking through the curio shops. Have spotted a fine piece of Chihuahua pottery and, should we be unable to do better in the way in the City of Mexico will buy it when we return. That is if it is still there, which it is quite likely to be. 

Both are well, and the boy is about ready to start for the train. Will write at length later.

Sincerely, George.   

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