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W7359 TO [REV.] CALVIN MCQUESTEN from F.W. Anderson
Nov 19 1902
To: Calvin McQuesten Montreal, Quebec
From: 53 Tranby Ave. Toronto, Ontario

My dear Calvin,

I think I acknowledged receipt of your photograph and promised to send one of mine in return when I got back here. Since coming to the city again I have been lazy and this matter has been neglected.

Now I think it is perhaps better to send a letter first to find out your correct address. I am not sure that reporters are given to moving as frequently as students. But perhaps you may have had occasion to move on acct. of the coal scare or for some other legitimate reason. I find I have a copy of a recent photo left and will be glad to let you have it. I am taking up the work of the senior class at Knox this winter, and at the same time endeavouring to get back my normal health. I am glad to say there is improvement in this regard but when a man goes down it takes time to pull up again.

My plans for the future are very indefinite. I may be able to go abroad next fall or may not. You would hear that J. L. Murray got married and left in October for Bangalore, South India to begin Y.M.C.A out there.

Faithfully yours,

F.W. Anderson

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