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Reminiscences of James Whitcomb Riley By Clara E Laughlin

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Clara E Clara Elizabeth Laughlin
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We listened politely, but hoped it was nearby. Their argument grew spirited, then acri monious. At length they com promised on some place, and we 35 REMINISCENCES OF went thither. On the very threshold their disagreement broke out afresh. We assured them that we were sure this place would do. But, no! Mr. Curtis discovered in himself an un conquerable aversion to it. We re sumed our quest. But the next place proved to be one where Mr. Riley had been cavalierly treated, and he would not have me ...get my first impression of Indianapolis there. I wanted to tell him that no place which contained real food would impress me as less lovely than the very courts of Heaven. But I didn t. About two o clock we halted before a tall office-building. The gentle men, who by that time were scarcely on speaking terms with one another, assured us that the Indianapolis Commercial Club had its quarters on the top floor of this building, and that the club owned a portrait of Riley which I might like to see. 36 JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY I have never been less eager to see any portrait; but we went up to the Commercial Club.

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