C[harlotte] H. Kellogg
that I should be reading [illegible]'s "Parenthood and Race Culture"? It happens in spite of its title to be a most interesting book. But I dont read much,— there are other things better.When are you coming to see us? And wont you tell us of some place in the mountains - real mountains - and [illegible]near enough a train to take the baby there comfortably next summer?I shall [illegible] [thanking?] because I do not know Mrs. Hooker's address - Do let us hear from you soon and see you, if that is possible.Warmest greetings from Mr. Kellogg and Miss Charlotte [illegible] Kellogg (She will be called Jean) you cant but approve of that!C. H. Kellogg.
1910 Nov 5
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0936
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