Letter from Booth Tarkington to May Wright Sewall.

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TARKINGTON, BOOTH N.D.

Oct 30.

Dear Mrs. Sewall-

It was odd: I had a recollection, very vague, of something completing the punch bowl, and yet the bowl was complete - I had a subconscious wonder if a curious ox who calls himself my "butler" had not broken the same thing before he showed it to me. (That he did not remain still unexplained.)

I am so very grateful for your kindness in sending me the mirror. I wasn't a hinting in my not to Mrs. Blackledge! Though apprerances are against me.

I shall take very good care of your china and glass and especially of the mirror, and shall always

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think of them as yours, as they really are, of course. I shall hope that you will visit them.

Gratefully [?] Booth Tarkington

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