Jamestown, R.I.7 mo 4th 1905This is the "Glorious Fourth!!" and I hope dear Mother you have been out of the way of the noise that the remnant of barbarism in the American people seem to think is a necessary part of the occasion. It has been a lovely day here rather warmer than we have been having but none too warm for comfort. Harold and I went up to see Anna and Theo on First day and she read us a letter from thee and I was very glad to hear of your welfare and that you liked the house so much. I am so glad thee can have a view of the water as well as of
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