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Thursday June 21, 1945 Dearest darling, I will start this letter now - 10 P.M. and then may stop to wash my hair (which needs it so badly) and later return. Today is the first official day of summer and it has almost passed without realization that summer has really commenced. We have had cold until about a week ago when it became very hot. Today, it was cool. But let me get to the day which for the most part was uneventful. Arose, went to work and worked pretty steadily except for a lengthy discussion for "My Boss". At lunch time went to an Educational Union meeting at which we heard a lecture by a fellow from the Jefferson School (a most progressive school.) He had a remarkable delivery and mind, quick and clever and such articulation - what ease! He spoke as "San Francisco" meaning the conference of course. His concentrations were on severe interesting points.