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^[[Letter 35]]

Atami,
Fujiyama District
Aug 4th '95.

Dear Mr Hecker;
I am greatly pleased to learn from your good letter of July 1st that interest for the year will be earned and that business is brightening - and that all goes well with still more important matters.
The same mail brings a letter from Dewing saying he had returned or rather was to return on July 6th to America.  Also that he would write you.  If his letter came in time to head off sending that money to Paris, named in my last, will you send it instead to him at Windsor, Vermont.  A N.Y. draft for $2,000.00 and greatly oblige me as well as Dewing.  [[note]] [[underlined]] Omit all preceding this [[/underlined]] [[/note]]
I am stopping at a charming little nook on the Pacific Coast called Atami.  Its very beautiful, historically interesting, and quite secluded.
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