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[[upper right margin]] T267 artist [[/upper right margin]]
 Dear Ella,
  I wonder how many more days I shall go on guzzling your Sekel pears before I am moved with gratitude and brotherliness to give it to you in black and white how greatly you have added to our autumn luxuries by your sumptuous gift and [[underlined]] so [[/underlined]] perfectly sent so beautifully wrapt in paper-
I & we all keep [[underlined]] full [[/underlined]] of them and still they last! I wish often you'd visit us- and talk Japan- I have been much happier

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