Letter from Ellen Terry to May Wright Sewall.

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TERRY, ELLEN (1902)

Columbus Toledo

[?] Eve 10 o'clock

Dear Mrs. Sewall

I saw Mr. Whitcomb Riley this evening after my little play & [c'd?] scarcely speak to him I was so entirely done up - prostrated by fatigue - & so it was [?] to send for Jon & I have returned back to the hotel & [?] [?] - thanks for your letter. I've written a very [?] scrawl (tired to death as I am) about Miss [Waldmar?] - some of it might be new - not all for although I sincerely admire her I cannot express myself- I leave it in your kind hands I hope we may meet again - I find upon [?] the [?], that I

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know many in your Council of Women - some of them are my very good friends Believe me Yours sincerely

Ellen Terry:

My maid has packed! & I have no other paper at hand

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