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being as usual tired after work, I refrained from visiting you- I wanted to see your mother and sisters, too-  I [[overwrite]] have [[/overwrite]] hope to do so next time; i.e within a week or two _ also I did go to Cambridge in the full expectation of the pleasure of coming back to [[strikethrough]] toun [[/strikethrough]] town with you but when I asked Dick Fisher to show me the way to you he said it was 
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[[start page]][[writing at 90 degrees]]  an hour past your time of going home _ I thought you only got home at six.  Do write [[strikethrough]] y [[/strikethrough]] us that you will give us Easter.  It will be beautiful here.  We all count on it so much.  This is the business of my letter.  I knew you were not at all sure you could but we want you so much.  Write Tom about it.
Yours Affectionately,  Abbott H. Thayer
Scarborough NY, [[?]] 12
We are all well
[[writing at 90 degrees]] Daisy's painting are now so fine that she will be actually famous in a year -

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