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I am delighted with it - and with the store - it is a beautiful - scrolly pattern & I told Ned it should be "an heirloom in our family" In the car I sat down next to Margaret McVeau! & had quite a little chat before she got off at 25th St. she board - at 39 W. She looked pale & had been sick - in gray with a black tippet & a purple gauze veil - from 14th St. I crossed to 5th Ave. & walked down to my dearest Wash- ington Square - what a delight- ful spot - even in March! Going down I tho't of "Prue's husband" at about the old Brevoort house & of "Aurelia" lower down. The Arch

is done - or nearly so and I like it very well. I trod the asphalt to the left - gazing at the old magnificence of the North side - still kept up - and when I got around to the South side - the restaurants ("E'Spaniole") & the shops (Maitland Armstrong &c) & the studios ("To let" sometimes) and the lazy eyed, pointed bearded artists

I am delighted with it - and with the store - it is a beautiful - scrolly pattern & I told Ned it should be "an heirloom in our family" In the car I sat down next to Margaret McVeau! & had quite a little chat before she got off at 25th St. she board - at 39 W. She looked pale & had been sick - in gray with a black tippet & a purple gauze veil - from 14th St. I crossed to 5th Ave. & walked down to my dearest Wash- ington Square - what a delight- ful spot - even in March! Going down I tho't of "Prue's husband" at about the old Brevoort house & of "Aurelia" lower down. The Arch

is done - or nearly so and I like it very well. I trod the asphalt to the left - gazing at the old magnificence of the North side - still kept up - and when I got around to the South side - the restaurants ("E'Spaniole") & the shops (Maitland Armstrong &c) & the studios ("To let" sometimes) and the lazy eyed, pointed bearded artists

I am delighted with it - and with the store - it is a beautiful - scrolly pattern & I told Ned it should be "an heirloom in our family" In the car I sat down next to Margaret McVeau! & had quite a little chat before she got off at 25th St. she board - at 39 W. She looked pale & had been sick - in gray with a black tippet & a purple gauze veil - from 14th St. I crossed to 5th Ave. & walked down to my dearest Wash- ington Square - what a delight- ful spot - even in March! Going down I tho't of "Prue's husband" at about the old Brevoort house & of "Aurelia" lower down. The Arch

is done - or nearly so and I like it very well. I trod the asphalt to the left - gazing at the old magnificence of the North side - still kept up - and when I got around to the South side - the restaurants ("E'Spaniole") & the shops (Maitland Armstrong &c) & the studios ("To let" sometimes) and the lazy eyed, pointed bearded artists
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