[letterhead]July 10My dear friendI had begun to think you had already run away to the mountains, for when I passed through Los Angeles I could not get one answer from you over the telephone, and Homer Earle tried many times without success.I had not the time to go out to Hollywood, for we went on to the south at once and spent two weeks between Los Angeles and Mexico. Going over the border at Tia Juana we found a small dirty village and a handful of brown young men playing at soldiers. They grinned at us and seemed to realize the05221
 Jul 10
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