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American and European Plan
J. W. Fisher, Prop.



El Paso, Texas, Nov. 6th 1904.

My dear Mr. Hyde:-

Just a word to let you know we have reached this place on the way south.

There have been serious delays but we have been able to use the time in a way that will help us greatly in our work.

The bus leaves for the train in a few minutes so this can be but a line to let you know that we are well, and keen for the Mexico work.

We should reach Mexico City Tuesday noon. As soon as we arrive will write you at length concerning our doings since my last letter.

In [[?]], but sincerely yours
George H. Pepper.

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