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out of the Bahnhof. People have been very nice to me – only one awful nuisance is that they resent the difference of exchange to a dangerous pint and can't imagine one being American without being rich. The Rhine and the Hohenzollern Bridge were superb–. Everything's different. Women look "dutchy"– on the whole – at first – one really must choke laughing sometimes - They lack chicness but they are much more independent and "modern" than french women. Every – even workmen seem to be well dressed. I made the trip quite alone and had the time of my life in spite of many difficulties. German is much easier to speak. Could you do any think with the studio? At present Man Ray has the key - and only occasionally uses it to take photographs in. [[Underline]]Please [[/underline]] write me [[text continues up left margin]] and tell me the news of yourself. With lots and lots of regard & affection – always your friend Berenice
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