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BOSTON, MASS, ___________ 191

I did my utmost to further your election among the Colored voters.
Let me add that my father, the late Lt. James M. Trotter, was Recorder of
Deeds under Pres. Cleveland in his first term.

From my responsible position in this cause as editor and leader 1
greatly desire to have your confidence, and to know and be granted the
privilege of consultation on your general policy where we are concerned.

I should esteem it highly to receive word from you on such matters
at the beginning of your administration, and to be accorded the privilege
of assisting the success of your administration in any way possible
through the Guardian. As Secretary of the National Independent Politi-
cal League I have a personal representative in Washington in the per-
son of Rev. A. W. Adams, who did such successful work for your election
as our league organizer for Connecticutt, his home, his address being
421 Q Street, north-west, who would call at your invitation for consulta-
tion as my representative. I mention this because 1 am here in Boston,
but I would come any time at your command.

We believe we can be of assistance as far as the Colored voters
are concerned if we are consulted.


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