Letter: Milton Bancroft to Margaret Moore Bancroft, January 18, 1920

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91.54.79a

Jan 18 1920

Dear one: I am glad to hear from thy today's letter that thee "flu" cases are getting all right. Here in town as thee doubtless has seen there is a good deal. It affects thee attendance at the school very materially but I hope will not be as serious as last year - the weather has been attrocious and of just the sort to develop & spread the disease. Thank goodness it is growing colder today. I was glad I have Nancy's letter in addition to one which I received direct - via Fred's apartment.

[margin] It is late & I must get to bed - so I will have to stop this humid scrap - thine Milton

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She is going through the growing pains but will come out all right I am sure The rearranged parlor must be a joy to thee. The room I am sure can be made most attractive and all the changes thee has made are in the right direction A letter today from the Corcoran expressed a desire to have my war sketches as soon as their exhibition dates would permit but that they could not show them before Mar. 1st and suggested that for showing in the cases they had for the purpose that a much larger proportion of uprights would be desirable. Whether I have enough of those that I would want to show is a question but think it can be managed. Thee sees the cases are of such a size that the "horizontal" drawings dont hang to advantage. There will be just two dozen of the large drawings but I think I can fix things up so as to make a good showing.

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Mrs Milton Bancroft Sandy Spring Montgomery Co Maryland.

[Stamp] 6 NEW YORK. N.Y. GRAND CENTRAL [STA?] JAN 29 9 AM 1920

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