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#33 Ferry Avenue
Detroit, Michigan,
April 4th, 1901.

My dear Miss. Williams:--

Your welcome letter of March 27th was duly received, and the kakemono have arrived in perfect condition. I am very happy, indeed, to know that the exhibition proved so satisfactory.

I have enjoyed the little stanza greatly. Kindly present my compliments and thanks to the authoress.

Cordially yours,

Miss Williams,
Care, Hillyer Art Gallery,
Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

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