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Detroit, Michigan,
April 4th, 1901.

N.A.B. Aikman, Esq.,
Oakgrove, Mich.

My dear Sir:--

Your letter of the 2nd instant is received and fully noted. What you wrote concerning the conference to be held between Doctors Burr and Mann seems to me the right way to proceed, and whatever conclusion they reach will be satisfactory to Col. Hecker and me.

George will send the package of clothing and bicycle. 

Mr. Kennedy will notify Mr. Bassett of your wish to vacate your present house May 1st.

I am starting for the Berkshires this afternoon, hence this hurried note.

Col. Hecker joins me in kindest regards,

Yours very truly,
Charles L. Freer

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