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R.F.D #1
Pittsfield, Mass.
June 29/32
Dear George
   It seems a long time since I have either written you or recieved a note from you. Tho I often wonder how you are doing.  A lady-friend of my pa & ma left the other day for London, and I thought of telling her to look you up but she seemed rather elderly and dull, so I decided not to.  But I thought I'd write you just the same.  
   I had another exposition in Paris last February.  This time - abstract sculptures which moved - so swaying when touched or blown, and others propelled by small electric motors.  I had some 15 individual motors - so it was really quite a show.  not so much like Mister Rodin.  
   We came over here about May 1st to visit Louisa's mother - who has just left for Geneva, and my parents who live here in the country.  We expect to leave in a month or so & come back by way of Spain  
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