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I am returning the reprint which I inadvertently appear to have carried off in my
hurried departure from Wisconsin, and I should like to take this opportunity of thanking you for your hospitality.
I very much regret the last minute curtailment of my visit and the unscheduled rapid exit. I do apologize for both, and for
my apparent lack of [ . . . ] that day. However, in spite of this I thoroughly enjoyed what time I was able to spend with
you and was disappointed at having to leave so abruptly. Please convey my apologies to both Tom Nelson and Newton Morton
who I had hardly time to talk to.
We are leaving for the U.K. on December 15th and although I return to the Uright-Keming[?], I have no concrete plans for the
future until I have time to look around in London.
Many thanks once again for your interest and hospitality.
When you are next in London, I hope you will allow me to reciprocate,