and into lands--yes, even to the crowning summit of the other America. And when do you start on that journey? After your busy days of writing and your winning New Haven glory surely that "dissapation" is but well rewarded pleasure!I read Will your account of Yale commencement and he quite agreed it was unequalled in appreciation and in glow of spirit. Both my Father and Will received degrees at Yale tho not [time?] honored ours as yours.Did S write to you that my friend Mrs Cook, whom you met at luncheon at Mrs Hookers last spring, told me she had
Rochester, N. Y.
[1911 ?] Jul 10
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