Letter from Grace E. Hall to Clarence Edmonds Hemingway

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Letter written by Grace E. Hall in New York to Clarence E. Hemingway, dated February 4, 1896.

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



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February 4th '96 Dearest Have been here 4 weeks tonight is does not seem that long to me After my lesson this morning I took a Broadway Car up to the Art Student League and saw Mae Van invited her to go to the Rubenstein Concert Thursday night Rubinstein rehearsal this afternoon saw Mrs Hulbert again she was very kind in introducing many fine musicians

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I have had no letters today- Mallinson sent me a photograph of his two youngest choir boys like little angels Carl Duffle has been talking about my singing I hear quotations from him concerning me from several sources I have been reading tonight "The Kentucky Cardinal" over again Do you remember that May day we read it together up in our Garden of Eden What a forshadowing that was of future events

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Do you remember remarking that I frequently spilled----- I could not read aloud the tender things our hearts were not ripe for them then But we got very near one another that day Darling and our sympathic companionship was greatly strengthened by those quiet restful hours close to nature Can't we have another such a day as that this spring and read again "The Kentucky Cardinal" Well, Darling it is growing late and sunshine must go to bed or she wont be up in time to light up

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the world in the morning Write me all your thoughts Claire, the outer world is not of half as much importance Your own Grace

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[reverse side of envelope]

[postmark] "CHICAGO, ILL. STA. D / FEB 6 / 5 P M / REC'D."

[postmark, upside down at bottom of envelope] CHICAGO, ILL. / FEB 6 / 4-PM / 1896"

[in lower right corner, in pencil] 68

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