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 March 17, 1896.

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



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March 17, '96 My Darling Clarence, I ougth to be in slumber land this minute but must just send you a good night kiss - Had a very bad lesson this morning and this afternoon have been gadding. [ ?] wrote to invite me over tomorrow afternoon but by the same mail I received word from Mollinson that he would

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be over tomorrow afternoon and we are to go out to dinner together. I have also promised to sing for charity tomorrow afternoon at a reception to the working women and the poor of New York. The wealthy people are all going to serve and do as much as possible to give these people pleasure. I had a letter from Frank Lane this morning inviting me to come up to Westport. Come and make them a visit: Dont know whether I shall go or not.

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This has been no letter day, but shall have one tomorrow no doubt. Darling, I did not send you the proofs of my other pictures because they were so good that I chose to have them all finished - Choice was left out of the question. I only hope the finishing will not be a disappointment. With a tender loving kiss I am, as I always have been - Yours and Yours only, Grace Ernestine

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OAK PARK, ILL. MAR 20 1896 7:30 AM

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From G.E.H. 169 East 63rd St. New York City.

Clarence Edmonds Hemington 500 N. Oak Park Ave Oak Park Cook Co Illinois

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