the forests with Mr Choate and that you have seen so many of the people that she wanted you to see.We go over to Aunt Margaret's almost everyday; she is as well as usual.I am glad that Mrs Gilder has such a very good opinion of our looks as to think that we are lovely and like you.Did you get a letter from Aunt Margaret about the same time that you got ours at New York? she sent you one.Your loving daughterWandaMartinez CalifNov. 8, 1898My dear PapaYour letter from the Berkshire Hills arrived here yesterday morning and we all felt as if we had had a delightful little visit with you after reading it, but it seems as if you were still a long way from09177
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