Jan. 29th 
Mr. C. A. Williams.
I was very much pleased to get your photo and surveyed the development of your moustache intently! But why did you not write and tell me something of yourself, and all your folks! And drop me a few pointers about such of my old friends as are still there. You have no idea how much it would interest me, as I am always thinking of old Dry Grove, and even dream of being back there and seeing once more the familiar scenes of my boyhood. If you have not a picturegraph! of me, let me know and I will send you one. I often see mention of Dry Grove in the daily papers; so if you won't write to me, just please shoot some one, or steal a horse, and I will read the account with great pleasure!!
My best regards to your Mother and all the family.
G. H. Douglas.
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