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Oct. 20, 1911.

as of Johnson had given me a left-hander.  The sight, however, is improving, and notwithstanding a sty added insult to injury, I am hoping to see clearly again within two or three days.

About the first of November I expect to go to New York for a stay of two or three days, and shortly thereafter to return to Detroit, as I am told that my house is likely to be fit for occupation again ^[[before]] November the 10th.

With kindest messages to all inquiring friends, and with affection to yourself,

Ever sincerely yours,

[[signed]] Charles [[/signed]]

^[[Miss Letch sends you many kind messages]]
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