Charlotte [H. Kellogg]
if cold. Do keep a big fire in your room.I am so disappointed to send you the handkerchiefs without the case I had ordered for them. When it was delivered Friday it was so small that you would have had to lose your temper (if you could) every time you tried to get them in and Vernon and I both threw it aside in disgust. That comes of living in the country! We hope to be in the little house[in margin: in February. early February perhaps. Are you foolishly keeping resolutions? Wont you break them and come again. soon?Always devotedly and with so many good wishesCharlieA kiss to her Uncle John from Jean]Carmel SundayA Merry Christmas to you there, and would that you were here!Jean and I came down last night to make the cabin ready for Vernon whom we hope to see tomorrow night. On the train yesterday after I had seated Jean and me she looked all about and05127
[ca. 1912 Dec]
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 25 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1567
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