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Dear Jenny and Clem—

Here we are, winding up another summer in Princeton, (me in bobby-socks). Are you still in Saskat.? We thought maybe you'd be up here for a couple of days. It's been frightfully indian summer. 

It's been a strange summer, difficult in some ways, but it went quickly, and we did quite a lot of painting despite problems; mostly about the custody of Jeannie & Cise, who are now back with Betty for winters; & they're very happy. I hope you're both well and had a pleasant summer.

I'll call you towards the end of the month.
Best from Bob & me,
Helen.[[note]] Frankenthaler [[/note]]

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Thanks for your card. "What card?"
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Bromostampa-Torino 1942-XX
Vera fotografia
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[[note]] 1962 [[/note]]

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PROVINCETOWN,
SEP 12
10-AM 1962
MASS.
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U.S.POSTAGE 3Ȼ
IN GOD WE TRUST
LIBERTY
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Mr. & Mrs. Clement Greenberg
275 Central Park West
New York City
New York
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