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the same to you to-day under separate cover.

I am rushing off at four o'clock this afternoon. Shall spend a couple of hours in New York to-morrow and then go to Sheffield to do my Easter planting.

With kindest regards to yourself and Mrs. Tryon, I am,

Faithfully yours,

Charles L Freer

D.W. Tryon
#230 Central Park South,
New York City.

The kakemono came back from Miss. Williams in perfect condition, accompanied by an interesting verse by one of the students. I am mighty glad the show proved so successful.

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