Box 41: Folder 09

Correspondence from Jeannette Marks to Mary Woolley

Correspondence from Jeannette Marks to Mary Woolley
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Our {word illegible} "Bummelzug,"

10.30 A.M.

Peddy dear: Don’t you be blue. It’s harder to be left than to go away. I’ve always found that in the innumerable long journeys you’ve taken away {illegible} If we weren’t all so tired everything would seem better to us all. I shall make a business of getting rested in 10 days or two weeks—I’d like {several words illegible} If it weren’t for Mr Anthony I could . . . I’ll wire{?} you on Sunday & {illeg} you all {words illegible} Don’t be blue, Maddie dearest. I’m going [several words illegible} to see you off.

Your loving Candy Eater

and

Fat Fa{illegible},

Gussie

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