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Edith Hope writes to Lou Whitfield Miller shocked to find that her letter from last August had not been answered. Hope attributes this lack of response to their prolonged illness. She hopes her biographical information can still be useful to Miller's studies. Hope lists autobiographical details for Miller and explains that Florida, like any place, did in fact inspire some of her stories.