Letter to Henry E. Dosch from Baron M. Matsudama and Dosch's response, for the Lewis and Clark Exposition held in Portland, Oregon in 1905.
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OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION
Col. Dasch, Y/hs/Zmw/i (f j'/y/W
Portland, 0 regon. Dear Sir:-
Accompanying this note you will find a trifling article which I thought will leave for you as a suvenoir of my visit to Portland. By wearing the neckwaer you will show yourself to he a friend of Japan.
With agreat appreciation for all what you have done for Japan and what you are intending to do for my countrymen, and with assuranceof my high esteem,
I remain, as ever,
Baron M. i'atsudaira, V.H.P.
Vice President, care Dept. Agriculture
Tokyo, Japan, ay dear nir • —
Kindly accept my sincere thanks for your favor of recent date, together with its inclosure, which I shall take great pleasure in wearing in honor of the great State of Japan* As you know, I have always "been a friend of that far Eastern country and the more T see of you and yours, a warmer friend t am.
Hoping to have the pleasure of seeing you again, perhaps at our own Exposition here next year, I add ray kindest regards, and remaih,
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August 19, 1904
- OREGON 606 P85