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Dear Mrs. Townsend:
 
Dear Mrs. Townsend:
 
Thank you for our cordial letter of the 20th instant.
 
Thank you for our cordial letter of the 20th instant.
It's going o take a little time for me to check up my schedule and see if I would be possible to come Norfolk sometime this fall.  I would need to it it in with some trip to Washington.  I'll write you about the matter more definitely sometime in September.  It will be a real pleasure to help you out in case I can find the time.
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It's going o take a little time for me to check up my schedule and see if it would be possible to come Norfolk sometime this fall.  I would need to it it in with some trip to Washington.  I'll write you about the matter more definitely sometime in September.  It will be a real pleasure to help you out in case I can find the time.
I am writing to Charles Ridgeway today telling him of the pleasure I had in meeting you at Charlottesvlle.  I know he'll appreciate my letter.  Senator Ridgeway is one o the best hearted men I have ever met and during the four ears of my incumbency at the governor's office at Topeka, he served as a member of the state senate from Kansas City, Kansas, making a useful record.
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I am writing to Charles Ridgeway today telling him of the pleasure I had in meeting you at Charlottesvlle.  I know he'll appreciate my letter.  Senator Ridgeway is one of the best hearted men I have ever met and during the four years of my incumbency at the governor's office at Topeka, he served as a member of the state senate from Kansas City, Kansas, making a very useful record.
 
I can't tell you how much I appreciate your complimentary words about my address.
 
I can't tell you how much I appreciate your complimentary words about my address.
  
 
Yours sincerely,
 
Yours sincerely,
 
Henry J. Allen
 
Henry J. Allen

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The Wichita Daily Beacon Henry J. Allen Wichita, Kansas August 22, 1927

Mrs. C. E. Townsend, 424 Mobray Arch, Norfolk, Va.

Dear Mrs. Townsend: Thank you for our cordial letter of the 20th instant. It's going o take a little time for me to check up my schedule and see if it would be possible to come Norfolk sometime this fall. I would need to it it in with some trip to Washington. I'll write you about the matter more definitely sometime in September. It will be a real pleasure to help you out in case I can find the time. I am writing to Charles Ridgeway today telling him of the pleasure I had in meeting you at Charlottesvlle. I know he'll appreciate my letter. Senator Ridgeway is one of the best hearted men I have ever met and during the four years of my incumbency at the governor's office at Topeka, he served as a member of the state senate from Kansas City, Kansas, making a very useful record. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your complimentary words about my address.

Yours sincerely, Henry J. Allen