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[written in pencil: [AW to SWW]] [written in pencil: [1884]]

July 17-

My dear Sister Yours recd - I can't but think you will be able to come in Sat. Mother's arm would be likely to become more dark until all the soreness is removed, I should think. It is the way with common black & blue spots. I send here-with a little reminder of the day which gave to us so true a blessing -

All blessings on it (the day) & you -

Mr. & Mrs. Manning left us this PM. for home. They went to the O. S. this AM. & if everybody as much enjoyed the statue as they - I should not think I had lived altogether in vain.

Always your loving

A -

with love to Mother

Letter from Anne Whitney, to Sarah Whitney, 1884 July 17



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