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This is Saturday morning, and I wish you were here2 going Park-ward4 on the bus top with me through this fine blue and gold air. Though of the two days, I think last Saturday was even better, and that morning we had.
I am sending you a note from Mrs. Fields5. Poor lady, her remark seems to directed against the Ericson family6; beside them she finds the ill-mannered Bartley7 downright attractive.
I am off for the Park and I would that you were to accompany me.HastilyW. S. C. Miss Elizabeth [missing]1 4 Hawthorne Brookline3 Mass. NEW YORK,N.Y.STA.O2 MAR 2 1912 1:30 PM