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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
with love to Mother
Whitney, Anne and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from Anne Whitney, to Sarah Whitney, 1884 July 17" (1884). Papers of Anne Whitney (MSS.4): Correspondence. 383.