Oakland Oct. 22. 1975
Dear friends We are grateful beyond words for these visible tokens of your invisible grace and loving kindness. We mean to deserve it and have only the shadow of regret that our gain should be associated with humiliation to our late opponent. To near our satisfaction. I hope your father is better. Lovingly, Jeanne C. Carr
1875 Oct 22
Original letter dimensions:17 x 11 cm.
1875 oct 22 jcarr to friends
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Letter from Jeanne Carr to "Friends," 1875 Oct 22
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