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Letter and envelope from Mary Woolley to Jeannette Marks

Letter and envelope from Mary Woolley to Jeannette Marks
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11' 4' 1902 En route to N.Y. 6.50 p.m.

Hello, Sweet heart, {?} I am on my way to New York with {?} {Day?} in the {?}! You're {?} dear letters, the {?} {matter?} {Saturday?} night, (are {?} my sweet heart, for my {way?} {was?} {?}!) {?} was {?} {because?} {?} and the {?} {matter? rather?} last night, {coached?} me this afternoon and {?} {cause?} {?} we as my {?} {?} and

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{carefout?} on the {?} I fear that you will {?} be able to read Mrs. {?} for the {?} "{?} to, I care not {?} my {hand?}, but I {?} that you would {rather?} have a "{?}" letter, {?} {?} of all {?}. I will mail {?} {?} afternoon before leaving New York that you may hear from me {?} {morning?}. I {?} Saturday. Dearest, do you {realize?} that one year from tonight I shall be with you? {My?} {?}

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{?} you, how happy I shall be! {?} {?} a {mother?} {?} I love {?} you and I shall be crying with joy. {?} {?} {if?} no {?} to my {?} {wait?} the more giggles so good night my love, Be my happy {little?} girl {over?} Sunday, for {?} every {?} {?} {?} your {?} loves you and that to the

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{?} {?} is {?} {?} day love, you are never out of my mind and thoughts, my adorable, your {?} {snuggly?} Bunny,

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