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Joyce Raiford letter to Fletcher Raiford, 5 July 1939

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9 o'clock Wednesday nite Dear Boozie - I had a lot of mail waiting when we got back tonight - your Sat. letter, two cards from you, a letter from Jane, and one from Dorie - Dorie's pretty good - she sat down and wrote me Sunday afternoon after I had just seen her - We got up at six this morning to go to St. Simon's - Took a long time to look at cottages, you know - We finally decided on one that isn't right on the waterfront, but will do - then we had to take a swim - We expect to stay only a week this time, so don't bother about addressing letters there - I'll have them forwarded from here - We're going down Friday - I know your Atlantic City trip was fine - I'm so glad you got to go - Some day maybe you can show it all to me - I couldn't help wondering if a "burlesque" show would be much of a novelty for you med students! You should have spent July 4th down here - Daddy Julian would have played golf with you that day, and then taken you to the baseball game last night - a good baseball game, too - I know because I went! I certainly wasn't anxious, but Daddy Julian wanted to take me,