Letter to Henry B. Miller from Henry E. Dosch, dated January 30, 1906, regarding the Lewis and Clark Exposition held in Portland, Oregon in 1905.
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Jan. SO, 1906.
Hon. Henry B. Miller,
American Consul-General, Yokohama, Jap an.
My dear friend Miller,-
I beg to acknowledge receipt of your kind letter of the <1th ult., bringing intelligence that Mr. Tunge had sent to me a souvenir of his recollection of this exposition . [ assure you that these little tokens which seem etna come from several quarters are most pleasant, especially since the Exposition is over and form the little oasis in the desert of all multitudinous work and. not unfrequently very unpleasant work, which make these tokens all tho more appreciated. The table is certainly an artistic piece of work and T beg you to hand the enclosed letter to Mr. Tange with my sincere thanks and best wishes.
I have read with great pleasure the descriptive letters "ron your daughter in the Oregonian, and I want to tell you right now that you will have to look after your laurels as the writer yourself, otherwise they will be taken away from you by her. They
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are most interesting, especially to one who has traveled through Japan.
Kindly extend ray "best wishes to yourself and family, and believe me to be ever yours
Director of Exhibits.
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January 30, 1906
- OREGON 606 P85