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July 10, 1913.
  
of two afternoons with Canfield and he inquired particularly of you. As usual he says little or nothing concerning his business, but he mentioned that because of the illness of the principal officer of a small manufacturing concern in  which he is interested he was giving much of his time to looking after the secretary's work temporarily. Canfield looks as young and jolly as ever, and if appearances can be relied upon, the world wags his way.

Give my remembrance to Mrs. Currie and such of the boys at the Club as may inquire.

Always affectionately yours,
^[[Charles]]

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"Charles" (last word on page) is handwritten.

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