Katharine [Merrill] Graydon
find a copy. but it evidently was too early.Again thanking you for this kindness as well as the note in which you speak of dear Janet and myself, I amSincerely yours,Katharine GraydonOct. 17th '94to bring Dr. Flugel to meet you, and asked if I would and you if he might. Herein I ask!I was awfully sorry you wandered about Berkeley in search of my abode. [illegible] why did you not let me send someone for you? I did not want to be neglectful of my valued guest.The grapes arrived in delicious condition. Thank you for them.I hope you are all well, and that Mrs. Streutzel improves. Give my love to the precious children. I hope to see them soon again.Has the new book arrived? I sent into the Bookstore last evening, hoping I might
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