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A letter of A.C.V.R. to his son, D.B.K., asking him to send A.C.V.R.'s mail to Cawker City and not to Rotterdam. A.C.V.R. is expecting funds from D.B.K. because he is nearly out of money. A.C.V.R. is currently living with a pioneer family. According to the Historical Directory of the RCA, a church in Rotterdam was organized in 1872. Apparently A.C.V.R. knew people in that church.
Cawker City, Kansas
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Van Raalte, A. C., "A Letter of A. C. V. R. to His Son, D. B. K." (1874). Van Raalte Papers: 1870-1879. 216.