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[postmark: [CHILMARK, MASS. JUL 11 A.M. 1914]]
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.
Blackwell, Alice Stone and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from Alice Stone Blackwell, Chilmark, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1914 July 9" (1914). Papers of Anne Whitney (MSS.4): Correspondence. 522.