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A series of letters regarding the butter coming from A and M College. The first letter written by E. F. DelBondio notes that they would not like anymore butter shipped to them because it is too sticky and has a strange taste. Connell then tries to defend the quality of the butter while King sends note that there is an insufficient amount of butter compared to the amount that is being sold. J. F. Montgomery and J. F. Ware then write to defend themselves saying that they know very little about butter and even if they did that they are not allowed sufficient time in the dairy to care to the matter. May 21, 1892, May 23, 1894, May 24, 1894.
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