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Letter from W.A. Stewart to [Charles Young?]
			
		Xenia - Ohio Jan 1921.

My dear friend:-  Your letter 
of Dec. 31st claims my attension 
this eve.  Fond Mrs Stewart 
and myself well and happy.  
Spent a very pleasant Xmas- 
Dora's people spent sometime 
with us.  The folks in general 
here in Wilberforce and Xenia 
- are well I presume.  The 
'live wire" Mrs Young is quite 
active.  Halba Don't miss going 
to church - always at her post.   
Your Taxes - have been payed.  
They were Sixty = five Dollars & 
fourty = one cts $65.41.  Sorry I did 
not know sooner that you were 
counting on the corn paying 
there.  Did you intend for 
me to pay Mrs Youngs' taxes?
10000
6541
34.59

			
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Letter from W.A. Stewart to [Charles Young?]


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