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CLEARWATER FL
JAN 31
4-PM
1939
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208 W. Rogers St., Clearwater, Fla. 
1/31/39 

Dear Folks: I wish you could both be here to-day. The sun is pouring down, gulls, bathers and loungers are on the beach. Surf rolling in. Snap-shooters prevalent. Have been riding about with some people from Springfield, Mass., who arrived at house day after I did. To St. Petersburg twice - to beach - where I am now - many times. Mrs. Wade, Bertha Green's sister, is a very sweet little lady. She lost her husband this summer. We have been to dinner together two Sundays. She is a Christian Scientist. Hope you are both well and happy. Love, Lena.

Mrs. A. L. Holmes.
290 Walnut St.
Stoughton, 
Massachusetts. 
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