Emily P[elton] Wilson
2[in margin: 25/3]Have not in this time seen the Bentons, McChesneys or Gaskels whom I used to see often times before I was married & got into the habit of writing for the press. I'm going to try however no matter how overladen with work, for I feel cons[illegible] stricken to some extent, [illegible] all my excuses though not more guilty than yourself & Doctor for you have not visited us. My daughter Wanda is attending the University, & I must ask her to call on you some Saturday. I'm sure you'll like her & she is well worth seeing
1902 Jan 11
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