Maud Hayes Stick General Correspondence, 1925-1949

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Dr. Edith Tomhagen Fisher 29 E. Madison Street Chicago

January 27, 1925

Dear Maud

Am enclosing a letter I started last summer that I never had a chance to finish. That's the way it goes love.

First I want to thank you for the beautiful gift. They are perfectly lovely - too nice to use.

Will try and tell you all the news in as few words as possible, so I will surely be able to mail this letter today.

Andy and J[u]d‚ left for Florida last Friday. [ ] and Renee ([Jud's] wife) didn't want to go along.

The apartment is cold and we expect to have the house finished by the first of May so we can move in. It's a colonial brick; but we have no beautiful pillars like yours. Its going to cost more than I expected and you know I expect to pay for it some day so thought I'd better save where I could.

Kent has gone hunting around in Illinois several times this winter. He doesn't seem to be able to get along without it.

I wonder if you are going to Florida this winter. If so you must stop here. Would love to see you all again.

Have a patient coming at 4 and its almost that now so will stop and mail this.

Thank you again Maud for the lovely gift. Do let us here from you soon. Lots of love and best wishes to all.

Your friend Edith

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Dr. Edith Tomhagen Fisher 29 E. Madison Street Chicago

July 2, 1924

Dear Maud,

First I must tell you how glad Mother was to see you. You know you have always been rather a favorite with her. It did seem fine to see you and Frank again even if it was for so short a time.

I was suprised to see Lois such a young Lady, and Mrs. Kennedy haven't changed a bit. It seemed just like old times again. I wish they didn't live so far away from us. But I'm going over to see them some evening any way.

You see I very seldom get home before 6 or 6:30 and by the time I've had dinner its almost to late to start any where.

I've been quite busy and tho I'm pleased about it, still I'm very tired and wish I could take a vacation, but I don't think I can until September. There is a man coming from California and is going to stay here during July and August so I can treat his eyes. Dr. Bates referred him to me. The patient has a brother here and it will be easier for him

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Dr. Edith Tomhagen Fisher 29 E. Madison Street Chicago

than if he went to New York. He cannot get glasses strong enough to see with so there is nothing else left but this method. As he can see nothing when he takes them off so someone has to be with him for awhile until his eyes have improved enough so he can get around alone. Has Frank done anything with his eyes? He would be so much more comfortable without his glasses. How is Charlotte? It won't be long now and she will be getting ready for college. David will soon be getting ready to go to school and before you know it Maud you wont have children any more.

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Postmark: Chicago Jan 27 6 pm ILL 1925

Edith Tomhagen [Sticke?]

Mrs. Frank Stick Interlaken New Jersey

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E. T. Fisher 29 E. Madison St Chicago

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