Bingham, Millicent, March 22, 1948
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my own case, do you ac-count for the fact, [illegible] in this country of [illegible], both sides, who settled here in about 1636 according to genealogies, I was [simply?] crazy to get away from it. It became a regular obsession. I [illegible] I would never come back, would live anywhere & cheerfully die there, just so I got away from business & this machine life. At last having got to Europe for 2 yrs, & com-pelled to return, it was worse than before, and I simply dreamed of go-ing back night & day. This did not happen for long & when it did I was very happy for 6 yrs, [having?] a few wars & revolutions over there. To make sure I would have a little piece of Europe with me on my return to a sick sister, I brought all
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