9school at all. It is hard notorious work and Berkeley seems dreadfully dull and lonesome with out college and the college people, but it only lasts three weeks longer and [illegible] I can survive till then. Helen is only doing a little work and as every thing is new to her down here she rather enjoys it.Mama is pretty well most of the time but says it seems awfully lonesome at home when you are so far away and we are down here in Berkeley0919010so much of the time.Aunt Margaret has been dreadfully sick with the grip but is now much better and able to be up a little while every day. I hope she [will?] soon be as well as usual again. She longs to hear from you often so we always take your letters over for her to read and they are a great comfort to herWhat a fine trip you must be having and how many things you have already seen. I wish I were with you09190
 Jul 21
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