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Dearest Minnie, I return all enclosures with thanks. While I certainly do not think that Kate ought to have asked for the advance sheets, I think she probably asked for them with the hope of influencing her father to change his mind. I return you the proof (as I had meant to do before) so that if I should be asked for them, I can say I have not a copy. Of course no one has seen them but myself or has even know that I had them. Mr. White I should think was a shade better than M.P., but it is [illegible], and a curious shifting of events. I will let you know decision about Washington. Goodnight with love Mary E.G.
Letter from Mary Elizabeth Garrett to M. Carey Thomas, January 14, 1891
A short letter from Mary Garrett to M. Carey Thomas, which originally included things that she was returning to Thomas for safekeeping. No envelope.
Garrett, Mary Elizabeth, 1854-1915 (author)
Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935 (addressee)