Annie K. Bidwell
once, as I go to Philadelphia early in the morning, and it was ten o'c. when he left. It is now much later and I am so tired packing, and arm still lame! But the worst of it is that I do not like to write you as I am doing. I did feel once to write you in behalf of the effort Dr Benjamin made at first: Please do notpay any attention to this if not agreeable to you to do so. I am already indebted to you beyond power of expressing the same.Someday I will write you a pretty letter to show that I can write better than this!With love to each of the precious family.Yours gratefully Annie K. Bidwell
Original letter dimensions: 13.5 x 27 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0450
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