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Baker, Jr. a young boy, wrote.
Bohemian Club sent a telegram
birthday as Clemens, wrote from Chicago.
Goodkind wrote on Leslie’s Weekly and
Judge letterhead, NY to offer congrations.
Kinnicutt, NYC wrote.
Le Row wrote.
Verrill Mighels , NYC wrote & sent a sagebrush sprig.
Mrs. Jordan Mott and Mr. & Mrs. Youle sent a telegram.
Murray wrote to Sam pasting a clipping on
Howard Pyle though having never met Sam, wrote
from Wilmington, Del. in praise of “Eve’s Diary” and 70th wishes to
Gus Solomon wrote.
Weld Stanton wrote.
Louis Tracy sent a telegram and also wrote.