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May 17, 1939.
      My dear Bishop Tucker:-
      The plans for Hyde Park are now practically complete. My old 
      Groton schoolmate, Lydig Hoyt, and his wife want you, and Mrs. 
      Tucker to go to them on Saturday, June tenth, and stay for the 
      weekend. He is a Senior Warden of St. Margaret's Church at Staatsburg, 
      four miles above us on the river -- and St. Margaret's is an 
      offspring of my church, at. James.
They will bring you and Mrs. Tucker down to St. James on Sunday 
      morning and you will be assisted at the service by Mr. Wilson, 
      our Rector, and by Mr. Smith, the Rector of the little church 
      of England church at our summer home at Campobello Island, N. 
After the service on Sunday we all move on to my new cottage 
      on the top of a bill on the back part of our place where we will 
      have a picnic lunch.
I do not need to tell you how very happy I am that you are 
      coming. It is in every way fitting and I am especially glad that 
      you will preach the sermon.
Very sincerely yours,
      The Rt. Rev. Henry St. George Tucker, D.D.,
      201 Fourth Avenue,
      New York City,
      New York. 
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