when all these long weeks I've been wondering why you didn't answer my last letter! How I wish you were going with Bill, & me today to motor all the way to Rochester. Our first stop is Arden, which is radiant now in autumn color.Then we go into Indian Country, & spend the next night at Cooperstown That is our ancestral[letterhead]camping ground as the Averells were the third family to settle there. It's old & delightful & quite beautiful. The greatest surprise in the present day Averell family is that in November [Walter?] is going with a friend to Egypt for the winter. Bill, & I will keep house together in this big New York. So dont forget, if the Hetch Hetchy interests call you East that 05557
 Sep 27
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