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Mothers Cry

And it wasn't but a little while after that when Artie came home all excited. Oh mother he said this is just the chance for me. There's to be a big competition here in' New York for
plans for a gigantic hotel down on Washington Square. The plans have to come from the firm but Mr. Forster has invited all of us young ones down at the office to try and he says they've been wanting another junior member for the firm and he thinks this would be a good way for them to decide on the man to take in. You know they've only been giving me hack stuff down there and now if I can only show them that what they call my wild ideas aren't wild at all but are practical as well as beautiful why it will mean everything-everything-Alice and a partnership and a name.
Then Artie began to talk a lot about what he called American architecture but I told him I didn't understand it all so he took me down on Sunday away downtown farther than I ever was before in my life down near the Battery and then afterwards he took me up into a very high building I guess maybe it was forty stories high and then he showed me some of the buildings that we could see from the roof. Why mother he said they're only beginnings. They're getting the idea but they're still a little frightened about it. Just let them wait and see what I've got in my head.
All the buildings I saw were like the pictures Artie was always drawing with sort of pieces cut out in funny blocks. And when I was up there so high on the roof and I looked down and all the people on the sidewalk were so small I got frightened when I thought how each one of the little black spots down there had been made and born and worked on and tended and then how from up here they only looked like little crawling black spots and it made me feel there wasn't much use to everything I had done and I tried to explain a

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