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Correspondence from Jeannette Marks to Mary Woolley

Correspondence from Jeannette Marks to Mary Woolley
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Jeannette Marks South Hadley. Massachusetts January 16, 1915

May dear, just one more word to ask you to ask Judge Brown whether he would have the unpaid bills for book collected for 50% of what could be got for them? There will be between forty and fifty unpaid sight draft bills. The price of the book is $2.

I am writing to your Uncle....He has been so good.

Please give my kind regards to your Aunt and to your cousin Helen and to Mrs. Browne.

Love, Dear. C.H. is approaching on horseback and I must get my own hobby ready to ride.

Jeannette.

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