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Eustace L. Adams writes to Lou Whitfield Miller guessing that she has written two-hundred stories that take place in Florida. Adams enjoys the diversity and color of Florida. Adams placed a story in Tarpon Springs not only because of the story's inclusion of sponge-fishing, but also to write about the Americanization of Greek immigrants there.