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back to N.Y. by the end of the month and if I am not here, my friend Mr. Glaenzer will remit them the photographs. I have detained here more than I expected, by I utilize this delay in the preparation of very interesting studies. I hope to see you again in the fall, and beg to remain Mmost sincerely yours [[circled]] Jacques Greber [[/circled]] March 13 1918 [[end page]] [[start page]] ^[[[[?]] Jacques Greber the landscape architect]] [[line]] [[written on side [[underline]]Shipped Mch 30-18 [[/underline]] [[preprinted]] The Plaza New York Dear Mr. Watts I was delighted so to meet again yesterday, at Philadelphia, three charming French Officers who came over with me four months ago, and who made a very successful lecture in the Century Club the other night. So my boat was delayed [[underline]] I was able to come back [[/underline]] ^[[Crail - have you plates?
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