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"Correspondence, May 1912", Item 019

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[page 2] most pleasant - he strikes me as altogether too frail to be at work & needs rest & life in the open for at least two months; in fact the entire contingent of newspapermen from Richmond were far below the normal standard as to health; their minds were being developed at the expense of the body & that is always a mistake.