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Letter from James H. Harris to "Wash".

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Ft. Reno, O. T. Oct. 3rd 1902.

Hello Wash!

How is old Staunton at this time. Yours to hand a few days ago found me well and more than glad to hear from you and truly glad to learn that you and your family were well. I received a letter from Staunton relating the news that Mr. Churchman had married again. Let the old man reign, he is all right in his ways but weighs very light. Of course I am very sorry to hear of my mother remarrying and it seems very hard for me to be the only est and then can not hear from her. I received a letter from her in Nov. 1901.