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A carbon copy of a typewritten letter from Henry Isidore Dockweiler to his brother, Edward V. Dockweiler, written in reply to an earlier letter, sent on September 20, 1938. The letter discusses the results of the recent Democratic primary election for the governorship of California, in which their brother John Francis Dockweiler lost to Culbert Olson. The letter concludes with a plan to spend a weekend in Los Angeles to watch a football match, and to spend a weekend in San Diego. The sender's name is stamped rather than signed. There is a small tear at the top of the page with a portion of the paper missing, and two smaller tears at the bottom of the page.