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[[preprinted]] THE BERKSHIRE INN [[image - drawing of a lion head]] SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION C. TICKNOR & SON GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. ALSO SIGN OF THE GOLDEN VASE CAMDEN, S. C. [[image - drawing of a vase with eagle head and chain, caption: THE COURT INN]] [[preprinted]] July 31st, 1916 Cameron Currie, Esq., Care, A.W. Wallace & Co., 212 Dime Bank Building, Detroit, Michigan. Dear Cameron: I am greatly obliged for another good letter from you - I mean now, the one of the 18th instant which brought so many interesting items concerning mutual friends and interests. It is very sad to think of poor Frank Walker - he will be missed as few others of the "old timers" left. How fortunate that he got his financial affairs transferred to Detroit in time. I think the showing of the Annual Statement of the Yondotega an excellent one, particularly when we consider the constantly increasing cost of table supplies. Lewis is
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