Billy & I am sailing with Aunt Mary Harriman for a six weeks trip in England & France. We leave on the 18th on the Olympic, White [Star] [Line] — I send you the address in fall hoping to have staemers-letter-greetings from you! Our spring is slow in coming. So you are fortunate to be in lovely California-Mother writes [enthusatically] of all her Egypt Sicily Italy experiences. She
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is now in Paris waiting for us all to appear. This is just a word of good bye & to tell you again how [much] I love you!—
[1914 ?] Apr 7
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 14 cm.
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