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April 4th,1901.


Dear Tryon:--

I am sending you by mail to-day a package containing some very necessary agricultural implements.  I hope they will help you in your farming operations during bass season.

Sincerely yours,

Charles L. Freer

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

Dictated by Mr. Freer just before leaving for New York.

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