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Letter In Chinese To: W. J. London Company 664 King St., Seattle, WA 98006 From: Yakima, WA Sent on Sep 26, 1927 A son sent the letter to his father talking about work and money issues. The son, Yuen Hou planned to open a new shop since he did not earn any money in his old business even though he was holding a share. His friend was running a good business, Yuen Hou was thinking about joining him, but did not dare to make decision before his father Wong Sik Cheung's approvement. Also, Yuen Hou mentioned that a customer wanted to buy his old shop with several thousand dollars and a wheat field. Yuen Hou said that he would have to look at the field before he replied the customer.
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