Letter from Grace E. Hall to Clarence Edmonds Hemingway

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Letter written by Grace E. Hall to Clarence E. Hemingway, dated November 15, 1895.

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



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November 15th 1895 My Darling Claire, It seems strange to be writing to you when I am going to see you so soon, but I shall not have time to tell you much in three minutes walk. We have house cleaned the whole house floors today and the Young Ladies Missionary Socity made my comforter this afternoon, besides which I have given several lessons and Oh, Clarence, such a splendid Choral Class as I had this afternoon. About 20 young girls, all eager teachable and well behaved, the girls are

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wonderfully in earnest, and I think they are getting some real good. Miss { ?] came down at 5 o'clock and sang some songs for them, which they listened to with mouth and eyes open. The dear children are walking right into my heart already. I heard the "oriole" this morning and saw a "thin man making his escape" upon a Chicago Avenue car. I wonder how our poor Elsie's hand is tonight, I do hope he is not suffering with it tonight. Well, darling, I must go and get my things on, it is time for the "Creole" to sing - With a sweet kiss Your loving little Sunshine

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