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Dearest Minnie, I intended sending you a line with the glimpse of Paris I chose for you to say that I hoped to see you sometime today and now must tell you how charming your vase is and that I certainly will read the little book. I hope to show you before long how well the vase and red roses go together. I do so hope you are yourself again and able to enjoy your Xmas. I expect to be at home all the afternoon, but the gate is still the entrance. I hope the [illegible] is not one of the things which would have a disturbing influence on you. Lovingly yours, Mary E.G. Xmas
Letter from Mary Elizabeth Garrett to M. Carey Thomas, December 25, 1886
A brief note from Mary Garrett to M. Carey Thomas in which Garrett thanks Thomas for the gift of a vase and a book. No envelope.
Garrett, Mary Elizabeth, 1854-1915 (author)
Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935 (addressee)