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66 mine, where he had rigged up three comfortable tents overlooking the town of Cobalt. His children seemed to have been much bothered by mosquitoes. At 5 P.M. our train left for ? where we stopped at the club and where we had dinner. Thence we continued our trip and arrived next morning about 9 A.M. at Toronto. July 2. Took boat to Lewiston thence electric cars along Gorge and over Buffalo went to East Aurora to the Roycroft Inn. Was received by Hubbard who called us "brother" shook hand and [[margin - Roy Croft Inn]] [[end page]] [[start page]] 67 handled our baggage. I was assigned to a clean well conceived room with bath attached called "Herbert Spencer". Everything in the place looks clean and cheerful and simple. Very restful surroundings. - Undoubtedly many cranks too but they seem all to be possessed with a kind spirit. No stiffness nor affectation. July 3. Saw the Chapel and Roycroft shop - same cheerful clean spirit. No alcoholic beverages obtainable. July 4. Great arrival of more visitors amongst them a tall half japanese half indian looking fellow His name is Sakadichi [[margin - Sakadichi Hartmann]] [[end page]]
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