Winter 1947, "Dearest Jeannette: I think of you constantly and wonder whether you are crippled so much that you are suffering from it"

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Title

Winter 1947, "Dearest Jeannette: I think of you constantly and wonder whether you are crippled so much that you are suffering from it"

Subject

Health
Weather
Dogs
Work

Description

Woolley speaks of worry for Marks' health, the weather, the dogs and family all missing Marks, and hoping for a good result from Marks' meeting at the Womans Diversity Club

Creator

Mary Woolley

Date

January 10 1947

Format

Correspondence

Identifier

ms0865-s01-b34-f07-i006

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Text

[1]
Westport, Essex County, New York
January 10-1947
Dearest Jeanette:
I think of you
constantly and wonder
whether you are crippled
so much that you are
suffering from it. I hope
not.
We are all right
other than the anxiety
about you. The days
have been beautiful since
you went but it looks
a little [?]-day as if it
were to storm again
The dogs miss you
[2]
terribly as well as
the rest of the family.
I am wondering
how the meeting is
going. I hope well and
that the result will be
all that we wish.
With regards from
everyone in the house-
hold,
Lovingly yours
May
EHA [??]
Miss Jeannette Marks
Womans Diversity Club
Washington, D.C.

Files

https://www.mtholyoke.edu/resources/daps/img/omekacsv/ms0865-s01-b34-f07-i006.pdf

Citation

Mary Woolley, “Winter 1947, "Dearest Jeannette: I think of you constantly and wonder whether you are crippled so much that you are suffering from it",” Digital Exhibits of the Archives and Special Collections, accessed July 19, 2019, https://ascdc.mtholyoke.edu/items/show/686.

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