Felipe T. Smith
FELIPE T. SMITH, HIJOS y Cia.VICTORIA#2.Mrs. Smith and the family join with me in sending kind regards to yourself and your daughter you spoke of.I do not know if John Hunter has sent the photographs that he took when you were here. If he has not, you had better write to him personally and ask for them. I find him a very difficult man to get along with I can usually get along with a Scotchman a well as I can with a Cornish or Welchman but he leads me out every time.I remain, Yours very sincerely,[illegible]05207
1912 Jun 3
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