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An informal letter from Edward V. Dockweiler to his brother Henry I. Dockweiler (called "Enrique" in this letter), dated September 20, 1938. In it, Edward suggests "taking a poll," presumably with regard to their brother John F. Dockweiler's campaign to become the Governor of California. He then goes on to discuss family matters, including his child's health and the possibility of attending a football match in Los Angeles soon. The letter is signed, "Barnacle Bill." Attribution of names based on letter from Henry Isidore Dockweiler to Edward Vincent Dockweiler in reply to this one, written on September 23, 1938.