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Feb 24, 1902


My dear Miss Hartzell:

Thank you ever so much for your
card and address. I was wishing I knew
where to write to you. I have often
wished I could speak to you again.
To me, it seems years since my
bright beautiful boy has gone
home. Yes, Miss Hartzell, I can think
of him now as happier than
me for he was a good boy, but
I have cried until my eyes
have become so weak and my
health so bad that our doctor
told me unless I [love] up better, I
would be an invalid for life.
Then, I came to think how sinful
it was.

But my Dear Miss Hartzell,
you who have been to many

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Maria the Elder

Line 20: bore up better