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[Postmark: HUDSON TERM, STA. N.Y. 1912 JAN 11 430 PM]
Miss Anna Whitney, The Charlesgate, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts.
[Printed in pencil along left edge: [Dean] Sage-]
[Printed on envelope: Zabriskie, Murray, Sage & Kerr 49 Wall St. New York]
[Letterhead: Zabriskie, Murray, Sage & Kerr Counsellors at Law 49 Wall Street New York
George Zabriskie. J. Archibald Murray. Dean Sage. Albert B. Kerr Henry G. Gray. - William A. Todd.
January 11th, 1912.
Miss Anna Whitney, The Charlesgate, Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Mass.
My dear Miss Whitney:
When Aunt Addie's estate was closed up, there was left on hand one share of the stock of the Massachusetts Cremation Society of the par value of Ten Dollars. It was supposed at the time that this stock was of no value. At any rate, a sale could not be secured of the same. This Society has recently started to pay dividends which made it necessary to make a disposition of the share in Aunt Addie's estate. Mother suggested that you might care to have it, so the residuary legatees of the estate executed a consent and the stock is now in the course of transfer and will be delivered to you in the near future.
Very truly yours,
[signed: Dean Sage]
[in pencil: [Sara Manning Sage's [deletion: husband]] son]
Sage, Dean and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from Dean Sage, Albany, New York, to Anne Whitney, Boston, Massachusetts, 1914 December 29" (1914). Papers of Anne Whitney (MSS.4): Correspondence. 1118.