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needed at the State Bank pledging of my stock of P.D & Co as collateral.

The painting will be shipped to my address at Detroit, as usual, and in bond to Detroit, by the American Express, Transportation charges collect.
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I am sorry to trouble you so much with my financial matters but have comfort in the thought that you will do it willingly.

I enjoyed Mons very much yesterday and today have been visiting the museum buildings here, tomorrow I go to Ghent.

Please show this letter to Mr Kennedy so as to avoid my duplication of the information to him.

With kindest regards to all
Yours always sincerely
Charles L. Freer

1762
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