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[postmark: [CHILMARK, MASS. JUL 11 A.M. 1914]]

Miss Whitney

Rocky Point

Plymouth, Mass.

Chilmark, Dukes Co. Mass.

July 9, 1914

Dear Miss Whitney:

How are you? Do the salt breezes of Plymouth make you feel brisk? I suppose you have seen Mrs. Dargan's beautiful poem in the July Atlantic. I have had a line from her, which says she is feeling

better; but I want to know how you are. Drop me just a post card to tell me, or ask your cousin to do so.

I came down here a week ago, very much fagged out; but I am already sleeping better & developing an appetite.

Yours always affectionately,

Alice Stone Blackwell.

Letter from Alice Stone Blackwell, Chilmark, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1914 July 9



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