Janet [Douglass] Moores
[in margin: 919]02182I know you would fall in love with her. pretty & graceful & natural as a bird. She is--I'm afraid should be nowhere. I presented your congratulations. They are pleased to know that you are glad that they are happy. Isn't that it? That's all they give any of us these days. Merrill is well. has recuperated so to speak Since the elections. & is absorbingly busy.Miss Eliza was not as grateful for remembrances as she would have been
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