Letter: Margaret Bancroft to Milton Bancroft, June 21, 1900

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Milon. - 30 East 14th St. New York City n.y.

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New York. June 22 8-AM 19. 00 N. Y.

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I can picture Fathers [?] when he would [opened?] the door - he will feel sure that something is wrong, and nothing can convince him if he once gets ideas. It was awfully funny that it should have happened that way. I am glad portraits [beloved?] thee, for I know that thee is thy own [best?] critic. [Work?], old man, work and alone all be like to [?]. Ms. Moore and I are reading "Makers of Venice" which is delighful though I enjoyed [Florence?] more. [?] that reminds me will thee go [into?] some one of our second

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was the Doge Leonardo Lorendano was rather an ugly old character, & I want to read about him though Smith says he was one of the most famous of the Doges. I am also reading Dante - have never read it before - how exquisite is the description of his meeting with the shades of poor, Francesca di Rimini and her lover. George Nesbitt is in such a miser ble condition - they think he has consumption - is it not sad, my heart aches for poor little Ann - she happily is a great deal better. Sister I suppose thee knows is at Pangaluck, and her stay there is in definite as Cousin Joseph Baker is all, she says drying slowly and as she can help.Kalie she feels that she must stay. Luile Tiet always finds some kindness she can do somebody.

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