ing you, in imagination, in your travels were he here. Perhaps he will, from the other shore, for he dearly loved you, and was interested in all you did. We are trying to settle up the estate, and Frank has been here for some time trying to expedite matters,and will be happier after you have accomplished it, for you have so often talked about it, that you will not be contented until you have seen it. I shall hope to hear from you from time to time, telling me that all is well with you. How my dear husband would have enjoyed follow-
1911 Aug 8
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0579
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