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Wetumpka, Ala.[[?]]
April 10th 1935,

Doctor F.D.Patterson, Prin.
Tuskegee Institute, Ala.
Dear Mr.Patterson;
A great tribute to the youth of the races. Please accept congratulations from an humble member of class of "88". Upon the great honor which is yours, beingn selected as chief of the greatest acchievemt of Negro advance in Education of the head, heart, and hand. I have great faith in my people. Let me wish for the greatest that may come to you. Your path may be thorny, thou bright. May Jehovah guide you as He did the founder of this Institution. 

Sincerely yours,
[[signature]]P.P. Wright
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