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[printed return address: ALL SOULS' CHURCH ANTHON MEMORIAL 88 SAINT NICHOLAS AVENUE NEW YORK][postmark: NEW YORK, N.Y. STA. I DEC 20 11-AM 1913]
[printed letterhead: ALL SOULS' CHURCH ANTHON MEMORIAL 88 SAINT NICHOLAS AVENUE BETWEEN 114TH AND 115TH STREETS NEW YORK]
Dec 19th '13.
Dear Aunt Anne
I came along comfortably on the Fall River boat, and found Marg't recovering from a not severe attack of her old enemy. Bronchitis.
I think that you did quite a Stunt (for one of your age) and carried it through very well. I certainly hope that you did not get so fagged out as to get a bad reaction
It was a great joy to find you so well and 'fit'.
Please give my remembrances to Mrs. Dargan, who was out when I left your home.
If at any time I can do, or undo, anything for you, you have only to call, and I will come
With profound respect and affection
George S. P.
Pratt, George S. and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from George S. Pratt, New York, New York, to Anne Whitney, Boston, Massachusetts, 1913 December 19" (1913). Papers of Anne Whitney (MSS.4): Correspondence. 1237.