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My dear Kennedy: I have been corresponding recently with our old classmate, George W. Pierce, and I.am really interested to know whether it is wise nd practical for his classmates to do something for him in his unplaasant situation. I remember that sometime ago there was a suggestion of making up a contribution Which would be put into the form of a monthly

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absurd literature. Tt has cost him money to bring it out, and where

have contributed five dollars, probably not a dollar has resulted to me that if we could severally agree to pay a sum per annum te s0me agreed upon Trustee, Pierc® could receive immediate benefit from our contributions than he does from the methods which have been followed in the past.

The above plan was sugrested by some of you two or three years ago, and it did not meet with Pierce's approval. Since then he has learned by his troubkes, and I hear from him that he would very thank- fully accede to such a plan.

I heard that at one time a sister of his had agreed to make him an allowance, but if I understand his rather incoherent letters, this is not being done, and he appears to be in absolute need. I think T realize all the peculiarities of the man, and his unreasonableness; but at the same time I think many of his classmates would be glad to compro= mise with him and with their own f€elings by entering upon some such plan.

I am very willing to contribute to this fund, but I think

that someone among our Boston classmates should be the custodian of such a fund, and, if the fund is created, pay it out to him at definite intervals.

I have written this same kind of a letter to Crocker and Cummings.

I shall be very glad to hear what vou think of it. I presume you come in touch with Richardson frequently, and perhaps he would know better than anybody else whether such a plan wuld meet with any consideration from the class, and, if 80, to whom we had better broach the matter. As @ non-graduate of the class I have no interest in the class fund, and no right to suggest whether anything from that source could be used to help, but, as you see, I have thought that it might be yossible.

Awaiting your reply, I remain,

Very sincerely yours,

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November 186th,1908.

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Copy of letter sent Dec. 17

There goes forward to you under another cover a volume just from our presses, by F. Ward Denys’ "Our Summer in the Vale of Kashmir," We are sending you this simply for the reason that we want you to see it.

There is an old adage that "it costs three times as much to sell @ book as it dces to produce it," and whenever and wherever you have bought a book the chances are that you have paid this tax, this for the reason that there are so many middlemen’s profits necessary in the usual scheme of things before any purchaser has an oppor-

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Ordinarily we should be compelled to price this book at $6.00 the volume, but because of cur confidence in the subject and the beauty of the book, we have de— cided on this unusual method ot backing our judgment by sending to a limited list of booklovers, travelers, and those whom we feel appreciate works of art -— this volume asking merely that you look it sver, and if you think it is worthy of a place in your library, return to us the production cost of $2.00. If you do not eare for the book or do not care to present it to a friend, mere- ly hand it to an expressman or to the postman and have it returned at our expense.

Mitehell Carroll has written a charming intro- duction to this volume, and it is profusely illustrated by typo-photogravure illustrations and by multi- color reproductions from paintings by Colonel Hart, resident officer of the British Army in Kashmir. This

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THE BLUE HILL STREET RAILWAY Co.,

CANTON JUNCTION, MASS.august 18,1908

Dr. George &. Kennedy Blue Hill Ave.

Milton Mass. Dear Sir: Confirming my telephone conversation of to—day

we are agreeable to having you move the paving in front of your coachman's house to a crossing in front of your son's

housee The expense of taking up and relaying to-gether with

filling to be bourne by you. Should you not be able to finish

the work by day light we wish to be notified that we may place

lanterns to guard against injuries or damage which might occur.

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November 20, 1915.

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

February 27, 1917.

MORTIMER E. COOLEY, DEAN WILLIAM H. BUTTS, ASSISTANT DEAN LOUIS A. HOPKINS, SECRETARY

Mr. George G. Kennedy, M.D., Readville, Massachusetts.

My dear Sir:-

I send you under separate cover our Engineering

Announcement. By consulting the index, you will find full information on all subjects.

Please write again if you desire further information.

Yours very truly,

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Edwin Willits, M. A., - President.

T. C. Abbot, Ta Ds, o< Prof. of Mental Science, HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT, R. C. Kedzie, M. A., M. D., = Chemistry.

A. J. Cook, M. SR Js . Entomology.

W. J. Beal, M. S., Ph. D.. as Botany.

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Sam’! Johnson, 2 ra Agriculture.

E. J. Mac Ewan, M. A., - “3 English.

E. A. A. Grange, V. S., Gd Veterinary.

J. A. Lockwood, Lt. us Ss. A. tf Military Science.

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