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Gertrude Stein's range of stationery when writing to Mabel Dodge was by comparison quite limited. She wrote all but five of her letters on cream-colored lightweight paper engraved with "27 RUE DE FLEURUS" in bright red ink. Three letters were written on the same paper printed with dark navy blue ink, and two appeared on hotel stationery. The remainder of Stein's correspondence to Dodge consisted of seven postcards and one telegram. " For the sake of both design and consistency, throughout the correspondence I have presented the printed addresses, such as "VILLA CURONIA" and "27 RUE DE FLEURUS," in all capital letters, with initial full caps and subsequent small caps, except in the case of "RUE" which is not capitalized in French addresses and thus appears in all small caps.

134 Marsden Hartley, c. 1915. 135 John Reed on the beach at Provincetown, c. 1914. 136 Mabel Dodge in Provincetown, c. 1914. 137 Page from Carl Van Vechten's photograph album showing "Avery [Hopwood] at Atlantic City," "Mabel Dodge, Provincetown, 1914," and "Mabel Dodge" in Taos. 138 Maurice Sterne, c. 1917-18. 139 Antonio Luhan and John Evans at Niagara Falls, 1918. 140 Mabel Dodge Sterne in New Mexico, c. 1917-18. 142 Antonio Luhan, c. 1918. 143 Los Gallos, Taos, date unknown. 144 Mabel Dodge Luhan House, 1992.

On 8 July 1914, Dodge observed in a letter to Stein, "Did you ever get my long letter from Atlantic City? You never said. "12 Dodge's letters to Stein were more often than not met by silence. A rare letter from Stein in 1915 was cold and factual, reading like a telegram. Despite this tone, Mabel Dodge did not give up. And when Stein sent a letter on 2 June 1922 that seemed mocking in its request"Don't you want to send me a photo of yourself being an Indian"13Dodge still persevered. Then in Taos, New Mexico, Dodge and the Pueblo Indian Antonio Luhan, whom she would marry the following year, were lovers, while Stein and Carl Van Vechten were viciously gossiping about her involvement with Indians.

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