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The New York Training School for Teachers
119th Street and Second Avenue,
New York City.

[[strikethrough]] Agustus I. Downing, A. M. [[/strikethrough]] 

New York, Mar. 6 - 1905.

Mr. George H. Pepper.

My dear Mr. Pepper, 
It was exceedingly stupid of me not to have relieved you on Saturday of my bundled of [[mounted?]] cards from which the slides were made. The matter passed entirely out of my mind. If it will not trouble you too greatly may I ask you to leave them with the porter at the Entrance on the ground floor, (the one who has charge of the sale of the printed matter,) in order that one of my sisters may call for them on Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon, as I find I need [[those?]] dealing with Filipino life to send to a friend. 
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