a visit - in which we could talk and you would again tell me wonderful things. I hear people are trying to entice you down here, remember if you do come, that it will be the great pleasure to have you with us.I suppose you have heard of Helen's great happinessand Marian's departure, and I am left alone, so you see you must come down and console me.The trip you spoke of in Marian's note sounds so interesting, especially so now, as you told us a little about what such a trip would be.
circa [ca. 1906]
Original letter dimensions: 14 x 23.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0509
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