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May 21, 1903 My darling Mother, - Yesterday morning [Bisere] and I had a delightful ride on [top of an ?] as far as the Madeline, where we descended from our high seats, and walked to the Hotel [Chaatharm]. Miss Armington was waiting for me in the reading room of the hotel, and we went with her to the little glove store, where she spent an hour in buying twenty one pairs of gloves - Then we went to a perfumery shop and the American Express company, and then were obliged to start for the Latin Quarter as they always have lunch at the
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