My Home in the Field of Honour

My Home in the Field of Honour

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My Home in the Field of Honour

My Home in the Field of Honour

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The third week in July found a very merry gathering at the Château de Villiers.

(Villiers is our summer home situated near the Marne River, sixty miles or an hour by train from Paris.)

Nothing, I think, could have been farther from our thoughts than the idea of war. Our friends, May Wilson Preston, the artist; Mrs. Chase, the editor of a well-known woman's magazine; Hugues Delorme, the French dramatist; and numerous other guests, discussed the theatre and the "Caillaux case" from every conceivable point of view, and their conversations were only interrupted by serious attempts to prove their national superiority at bridge, and long delightful walks in the park.

As I look back now over those cheerful times, I can distinctly remember one bright sunny morning, when after a half-hour's climbing we . . .

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