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[[preprinted]] LOUIS LOZOWICK [[/PREPRINTED]]
Gruena Island,
Bolton Landing,
Lake George, N.Y.
July 15, 1932

Precious,
  Your second letter brought
me a little bit of yourself (Ch. such a wee wee bit) and made me happy to know your time passes so pleasantly in Provincetown. I think the combination of blue eyes and a dark bobbed head will make some one adopt you in Provincetown for the Season (at least).
  By now my letter has probably reached you. I am getting used to the place even during nights. Of course, in general, it is a wonderful spot, really ideal for a summer's rest, or work or recreation. Never hot, never dusty; sunlight or shadow as choice, step right into the water any time 
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