ALS to Lyn Newman

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Mentions that she has often reread "Ten Letter Writers". Asks if Lyn's book is finished ["So Much Love, So Little Money"?]. Sympathises with Lyn on having to leave Cross Farm, and on the loss of Hella Weyl. Complains of repairs to the Hofwyl Plantation. Discusses world affairs, including Korea and Stalin. Mentions her holiday in Connecticut with Margery Hayden, and their visit to Montreal, Madame Serra, and three Gilbert Stuarts that belonged to her cousin Henry Joseph. Suggests Lyn looks at the November addition of Antiques which is devoted to Henry Du Pont's house in Wilmington. Discusses movies.

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