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[[blank page]] [[end page]] [[start page]] [[underlined]] 1902 [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] June 6 [[/underlined]] Left Washington 4:15 P.M. via B&O for Jefferson, Tex. [[underlined]] June 7, [[/underlined]] Cincinnatti about 9 AM. St. Louis 4:45 Left St. Louis 8:20 P.M. via Iron Mtn. R.R. [[underlined]] June 8, [[/underlined]] Little Rock, [[strikethrough]] at [[/strikethrough]] 7:25 AM [[underlined]] Arkadelphia [[/underlined]] Passer domestica com. Tyrannus tyrannus " [[Ditto for: com]] Cotton 6 - 10 inches high Corn 1 - 3 feet Few flowers, foliage dense. [[underlined]] Gurdon [[/underlined]] [[underlined]] Futton [[/underlined} Sabal. Baptisia [[underlined]] Texaskana [[/underlined]]
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