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November 1, 1905

Mr. James M Goulding, 
Grandvhew [[Grandview]], Arizona

Dear Sir:-

The perforated bowl reached me in good condition and I was really pleased with it. I saw Dr. Prudden Monday evening and thanked him in person for bringing this matter to my attention.

I am sending you herewith a money order for ten dollars in payment for the bowl and I hope that you will let me know of any rare material that you may pick up. 

Thanking you for enabling us to have the jar in our ohty , I am, 

Respectfully yours, 

George H. Pepper

Transcription Notes:
Maybe the misspelling in the last sentence is "city"

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