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G. H. P.                   -4-

summer, saying he having heard of me through you, Covert and Andrus. Summer is still a long way off, so we won't borrow trouble until later in the season, but if I can possibly arrange it, there is nothing I would rather do.
            We are looking forward anxiously to hearing from you from your new location, and trust you had a pleasant journey down there.
            With best wishes, believe me,
                      
                      Cordially yours,
                                 George H. [[signature]]

Your letter to the cowbi received, + was much enjoyed. We will answer it fittingly, arrow
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