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Excerpt from The Trolley Car and the Lady
If the reader of this short tale has never ridden by trolley from Manhattan to Maine he should take half a dozen days off some time during the Summer months and do so. It will prove a revelation and a revel to him from start to finish. It is travel through the history and beauty of New England side by side with the descendants of those who made its history, and are still maintaining its beauty. Untroubled, as was the hero of this little story, he may turn his mind to the contemplation of the scenes spread about him everywhere and enjoy his environments as he could not in any other way. He may tire a little, but rest is easy and inexpensive and sleep is sweet. Truly the trolley is a triumph of travel which transports the traveller.
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