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Cora writes to Mrs. Tibbets about her vacation trip from where she was staying in Tokyo to several different places around Japan. She writes of her stay in a Japanese style hotel. She also writes about the scenery around her, and about how long it takes her by rail to get to her travel destinations. She also writes of a traveling companion named George, and how she has invited Abbie to come and visit her and meet George.

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Mrs. Tibbets, Cora Giles Haley, Japan Letters, Batchelder-Haley Letters, hotels, trains, George


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July 23, 1907