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and [silver?]. He and "Peggy"
as he now calls Miss Hetty, are
keeping house alone - she cooking
breakfast and lunch and going
out for dinner - real bohemian
living. I hear nothing about
the Prince Line - perhaps Dr.
has written directly to them.

They can't imagine how much
better I feel - I think the
quiet was just what I most
needed - the [twins?] have written
back copiously. The ducks hid
so that [Wayne] could not find
them Tuesday morning- bitter dis
appointment. Loving thee
Margie
aug 5th 1900

Norwood,

My dearest-

the heat is on us again
- not as terrible a spell as we
had in July but a genial
warmth which makes shade
very welcome. I hope thee is
out of it. I miss thee so much
but feel that we are doing
right which takes away some
of the sting. If ever we get a
good start together again - It
will take a great deal to make
me leave thee and home.

Emma Stabler telephoned today
that she had written to [Levin?]
Lynch but had no reply so
concluded he must be dead

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