H[orace] H. Walters
offering them the use of these slips as campaign documents, to use among the Members and Senators: so if they are wanted to Congress, another lot will be printed to send to the press. Mrs. Reginald de Koven (wife of the operatic composer, and daughter of Mr. Farmwell) has offered to write an article for a magazine, if I will secure publication. Can you offer any suggestions as to best method of doing this? What do you think of the argument in Mr. Dutchers article. I paid for printing this article, so as to save your remittance entirely for postage. Still hoping to receive an article from your pen, I remainYours trulyH. H Waters02538
circa 1899 Jan [?]
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