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Alexander Key asks Lou Whitfield Miller to forgive him for responding on a typewriter, as he calls his handwriting undecipherable. He recalls Miller's cottage in Tallahassee and wishes to own his own cottage somewhere near. He hopes to visit with Miller soon.