Home, Apr 28. 1908Darling Helen,Wanda is to leave the hospital today, & stay a week or so with Miss Dr Reddington, then home Your Aunt Maggie has been quite miserable for a week or two but is getting better.Here is a long merry wedding bell letter from Charlotte Hoffman. Wh of course will interest you & all old & young maids - Take eternal care & some day you will see Italy villas, etc etc but now darling & then also your devoted father will be your best lover.
1908 Apr 28
Original letter dimensions unknown.
Reel 17, Image 0477
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