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Woodstock N.Y.
Oct. 3rd 1910

My dear boy;

This is another glorious October day. The wind has gone down & the noon sun is very ardent & seems to burn one more than that of midsummer in contrast to the cold night.
 
I am feeling well & happy for a change & the more so because of your two letters from the city which came in this morning's mail. 

I am very glad you found all your things. 
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