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Yes, very simple. Not typewritten -- it's in my writing.
However, I can't think of any other very astonishing occasion.
Well, now, you were featured in Vogue and in Town and Country --
Yes, Vogue. Mary, my maid, knows where
all those things are. Town and Country you saw?
Yes, I have a copy of Town and Country. I was disappointed in
a sense in Town and Country in that they had only one photograph,
which was the roses, your very special interest. But there's so
much more to the acreage and the landscaping that should have been
featured, I thought.
Well, you can't tell them what to do.
No, I know that. They took other pictures, did they?
Yes, they took some other pictures, but that was what they
Well, I suppose her idea was to feature different types of gardens,
and yours was a rose garden.
Mine was much more one flower than any other.
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