of your trip--including the Africa experiences. Our short glimpses in New York were so unsatisfactory. another [illegible] proof that I dislike the social civilization of a big town! If you were only to go into the Adirondacks with me this week wouldn't I be happy.In August Mother & I go up to Canada again & Will stays in hot Baltimore as usual. The Harrimans go out to one of the western ranches the end of July.All is well [illegible][illegible] & with us. Hopefully the same may be said of you & yours. Do let me hear from
Rochester, N. Y.
[1912 ?] Jul 7
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