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W1684 TO DR. C.B. MCQUESTEN from C.E. Billington.
Apr 6 1906
To: Dr. C.B. McQuesten New York City
From: C.E. Billington New York

N.Y. [??]
To Dr. C.B. McQuesten

Dear Doctor

I am sorry to have been out last evening. I am also sorry to say that I cannot possibly think of any way in which I could be of any service to Miss Barber. The only school of which I have had any knowledge these many years is Miss Ballow's, and she goes on year after year with the same teachers and only [?] rarely any changes. I should think that Miss Barber's best plan would be to call personally on the principals of the schools, and with her experience and references I should suppose it would not be difficult to obtain employment.

April 6
Yours ever truly
C.E. Billington

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