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Great Barrington, Mass., July 10, 1913. Cameron Currie, Esq., Yondotega Club, Detroit, Michigan. Dear Cam: Your welcome letter of the 8th inst., is appreciated and enjoyed. It is delightful to have news from you and to know that things are going so well at the Club in matters of both friendship and finance. The latter showing is most excellent and the social conditions I am sure must be flourishing or the financial showing could not be produced. I regret to hear of Bill Savage's great loss and shall drop him a line of sympathy. However, I fancy that the condition of his brother George was of a nature that made death quite a relief. I am glad to know that Frank Walker had returned in such fine fettle. He is of the salt of the earth and one of the very last men that Detroit can spare. Swifty and his bride are of course much needed in Detroit but I can easily understand that Vermont will always claim a partial right to their time. I am much pleased to know that Alice was glad to have the note I sent her. She wrote me some little while age, telling me of the improved conduct of her son and giving me other news
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