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as they would do at home and let us help them in anyways we may - I am so sorry that we have not known Will, in all these months - we felt as if he would be too busy - and have so many other friends that it might be of sort of fore to him - to feel that he might come here sometimes - I hope now he and the girls will make the last time good - Now it will all seem like a pleasant dream to you - that you have really been over here and had such an ideal time - only leaving so many precious treasures over here that of course will be [eternally] the time will pass however - only too quickly and may be you will take another holiday to come for them later in the season - I shall go to the salon - look at Wills picture and think of you and wish you were here -   
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