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[[Same letterhead as on Page 1]] November 18, 1914. My dear Waldo: Replying to your letter of the 12th instant, I understand Chamberlain is now living at Palo Alto. I believe his wife is pursuing some studies at the University. The halibut thrown away were mushy fish. I will see the Captain of the San Juan when next he is here and get the data from him. We also send our congratulation upon your marriage, and wish you every joy possible. Sincerely yours, [[Signature of John N. Cobb]]
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