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Emily Weigle Tompkins to Dan Tompkins, June 16, 1924, page 3

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  • an important place. Gardiner arrived Wednesday, we are so glad to have him back with us. This afternoon we went to Plunket’s bathing pond, after Gardiner had had a dip we rode down the lane and across the new bridge. You should see it since it has been completed. Ruth and Marion left yesterday for summer school at Asheville. I think maybe I’ll spend a week with them. Has Ned arrived? If not, when do you expect her? I hear you have a piano for the summer. I think that’s so nice. Well, the day for the wedding is drawing near. I guess everything at your house is in a hustle and bustle. Well, Dan, I must close. When

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