Letter from Grace E. Hall to Clarence Edmonds Hemingway

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Letter written by Grace E. Hall to Clarence Edmonds Hemingway, dated December 7, 1895.

This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.



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My Darling Clarence,

Just a little scribble to make sure of getting one in return - How we do everything in this world to gain our own ends; but come to think of it, I would write you just the same, if you were not going to answer me, just for the obvious joy of pleasing you, I delight so in bringing a happy smile to your dear face, and I believe you can say the same. The little happy surprises and unexpected pleasures that we plan for each other are what bring sunshine into life and make it happy, nothing is so great a tonic to the [Illegible] nature, the springs of the soul, an unexpected pleasure; it keeps the heart warm and young

But there - I am getting in deep - I had a very good musicale this afternoon. My

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children did themselves proud.

I am going to have a stag party and no mistake tomorrow, It will be very jolly Come over early and don't let Frank escape -

Well, dearest, it is getting along, towards choir time, and I must get my things on - with much love and a kiss for my dear one

Your own loving Sunshine

Dec. [strikethrough]6[/strikethrough] 7th. 95.

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Clarence E Hemingway.

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