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in pencil [March 23, 1900]

Jeannette, dear, I am so sorry that I did not ask you to send me a word today, so that I might hear tomorrow night on my return to Pawtucket, just how you are. I was So sorry to leave you feeling worried and tired, dear. I shall think of you often these days - and shall be so glad to have


you with me next week. We must have a little time together before the vacation, but it must not mean that you have to work harder and later to pay for it. I longed to take you away with me. What a good time we would have "jaunting" about {uncertain} together! Never mind, it may come some time, and meanwhile we will live in


anticipation. Now I should be working on a speech, for tomorrow, which I could think over on the train this afternoon- instead of writing to my little girl, whom I love very dearly- as she knows.

M.E.W.

288 High Street Pawtucket, Rhode Island, March the twenty-third, nineteen-hundred

front of envelope postmark PAWTUCKET MAR 23 11-30A 1900 R.I.

image - red postage stamp with portrait of George Washington UNITED STATES POSTAGE 2 TWO CENTS 2

Miss Jeanette A. Marks Wellesley College Wellesley Massachusetts

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