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315-10-S.E. Feb-10" -'92. Dearest Grace; I had just been thinking over some things that were told Mr. Chrlz and which he said he was going to tell you and I wondered if you would love me the same after hearing, as you did before, when your note was given me this morn-ing-as if an answer to my doubts. But forgive me for doubting you this time. You ask me if I love you. I thought you knew that to know you is but to love you. Then how can I help loving you knowing you so well. Why could you and Chrlz not find some other more favorable being upon whom to set your imaginative
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