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215 W. 57 St. New York.
E 10-1-10

My dear girl.
I dont suppose that I will get this off in time so that you will get it in this afternoons mail at W.

Just found your letters here at the League unexpectedly as I thought I asked you to write to 318, but this will do just as well.

Thank you very much for the photos of yourself. The one of you sitting with the rocks of the creek as the background I like very much. You do not seem to be any thinner in this than in the former ones even if you're not as muscular.

I regret for your sake that there may be a child coming to us. Why you should say that I have lost interest in it, is something for you to explain. My sympathy with your feeling in the matter is stronger than any desire I have ever had for a child by you. If it is to be at the price of your happiness
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