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

Messrs. Dodd, Mead & Company,
#372 Fifth Avenue,
New York City.


Your letter of March 29th, also the package of books purchased for me at the West Sale, are received. I am much obliged for your kindness.

Referring to your offer to try to supply the books which you passed in the sale, namely:

#517 "Art and Art Industries in Japan" by Alcock,
#525 "Stanzas by a Century of Poets", F. V. Dickins,
#278 "Japan" by J. J. Rein,

I would be glad to have you do so at your convenience.

Yours very truly,

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