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(COPY) #915 Union Trust Building, Detroit, Michigan. October 15, 1910. Dear Madam: Your kind letter of the 13th instant, addressed to Mr. Charles L. Freer, has been received during his prolonged absence in the Far East, and I take the liberty of relying thereto. As Mr. Freer will not return to America for several months, I shall forward your letter to him in a day or two, and, in the meantime, would suggest that you defer writing more fully concerning Mr. John L. Graves' collection until Mr. Freer's wishes are known in the matter. Trusting that this arrangement is satisfactory, I beg to remain. Very truly yours, (Signed) George W. Alger Miss Marie N. Buckman. #527, Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass.
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