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[[strikethrough]] Monday, July 16, 1928 [[/strikethrough]]
"Us"
"Well, good-bye"
"––, ––, ––"
"Hi, sweet"
"See you later"
"Hi, girl-friend"
"May I come in?"
"Entrez"
"Swell"
"B.a.E."
"Balance"
"Domesticity" (B.A.E.)
"Mrs. King" (Y.M.O.T.) (?)
"Tecnique & rendêvous" (Technique & rendêvous)
"Everyone ___ their ___ " (his)
"Oh, Bob darling"
"Gee, I love you"
"Words, words, words"
"Five years" (the proverbial Mediterranean trip)
"I hope so"
"Do you suppose waiting ______"...
"Let's keep it 'nice';  we've [[crossed out]] " [[crossed out]] got [[crossed out]] " [[crossed out]] to"
"Happiness so lightly won" ___ earned!
"Easy to attain, difficult to maintain"
"I'm sure we could make a go of it."
"Just for spite!"
"One and Many" (Before & after)
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Tuesday, July 17, 1928
tears [[seen note]]
"J. Bently Squire, Esquire, Heard you the first (1st) time" 
The twenty second fight
The Sophie afternoon
[[doodle]]
  The Fountains of South Wind .... Alice Marks chocolates ... 10 o'clock ... Miss Ross ... Dr. Berg and coincidence ... Lunch ... [[crossed out]] [[??]][[crossed out]] Cute  Cute kid, Aline, Mrs. Bernstein" .... Late afternoon ... misty-night .... Bath-tub-and note .... Harold Rhodes - don't be silly .... Purely platonic .... South Orange, [[left margin]] Lazarus[[??]] + Longchamp [[image]] arrow [[image]] [[left margin]] Harvey, submarine, gates ....
West Point....Day-light-saving-party....giggly taxi....Letters....Telephone call....Sophie-Typhoid....Decoration. Day... Thursday morning + blue pyjamas… 11:30 - 12:30... Mrs. King knocks and doesn't knock...Puzzles...Roof... the garden....the last afternoon... Several telephone calls... Flowers...Cables...Letters...and Letters...…………….. Many...………….63 page letter....Phone-call and phone-call and $5 flowers....and then...Lake Placid and you....you....us....Harry's famous remarks....

[[section torn from a cable]] 41.08 LAKE PLACID NY. 129 -1.0 - 9 - 1230 - VIAWUN[[??]] - [[left margin]] No [[left margin]] THE MOON LAST NIGHT ANOTHER TIME. 
[[handwritten doodle]]


Transcription Notes:
Arrow below "tears" pointing to "Heard you the first (1st) time"

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