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Detroit, Mich.,
April 26th, 1904.

Hon. James T. McCleary,
Chairman, Committee on Library,
House of Representatives,
Washington, D.C.

Dear Sir:--

Permit me to solicit your careful consideration of the bill now before the House of Representatives, authorizing the incorporation of the American Academy in Rome.

It is hoped by many friends of the Academy residing in this locality that a permanent home may be established for the institution in Rome.  The bill which has passed the Senate and is now before your Committee is a movement of very great interest to the believers in higher education, and I hope that you can consistently support it and do what you can to have it passed during the present session.

Thanking you in advance, I remain,

Very respectfully yours,

Charles L. Freer