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[[circled]] 102 [[/circled]] through - and long Hospital trains (the men very slightly wounded - and all in great spirits and healthy looking) Lost more time at Chaumont - and got to Paris about 2. A.M. instead of 9 and had to walk almost to the Opera before we could find a cab - I spent the night at the Wagram with Tom. A hard, long day Friday September 20 Beautiful day - clean and cool. and Autumnal in feeling. - found two letters from Corinna written more than five weeks ago - one from Rebecca written July 5 - Ah Uncle Sam Uncle Sam - this is'nt A.1. Service - Ah yes! I understand! Somewhere in France there is a war going on Had a letter from Louise Brown from Venice Did much business at office - lunched with Cowley at Hotel France et Choiseul and saw Elizabeth Sargeant - Dined with Jack and Flammand. Saw Hattie Fordyce a moment this evening. Continued success on the Oriental Front. and the English batter the Hun again near Cambrai Saturday, Sept. 21 Cable from Corinna - Passport difficulties which I think can be fixed up by Carter I had a pleasant interview with him this afternoon - He said Pershing asked him two days ago - if Corinna was here yet - Had interview with [[Byrd?]] of Corfu - and with some candidates for coaches Henry Sheper turned up
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