The Cure for Skaneateles, 1917

“She was the daughter of a small shopkeeper in ‘upstate’ New York, and had later become a teacher of singing and a drawing-room vocalist in the metropolis. Few of her acquaintances or even of her friends had any knowledge of this period of her career, for she had caught Mr. Scott young and eliminated all trace of Skaneateles by a prolonged sojourn in Europe.”

— From The World and Thomas Kelly (1917) by Arthur Train

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