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[postmark: BOSTON, MASS. 1912 FEB 14 130 PM] [postage stamp: U.S.POSTAGE TWO CENTS] [written vertically along left edge: [E.H.B.]]

Miss Anne Whitney

The Charlesgate



17 Chestnut St.

February 14, 1912

Dear AW.

I was sorry not to see you yesterday, but not sorry you could be out in such a fine winter day.

I came to bring our spoken love to you; to say how much we regretted both of us, that our times did not match.

I was bound for my cousins

whom on account of mutual disabilities I had scarcely seen all winter; & HM was involved in some business which took her whole time & strength.

We are "[illegible: conies]" I guess; they were a feeble folk; but we do love you & send you many thoughts and we hope (& believe) you must be much better.

And it is St Valentines Day & February is speeding away.

Shall we like better the summer's heat? HM says not - but I dunno!

Yours as ever


We trust you have good news from the Lady over seas.

Letter from Elizabeth H. Bartol, to Anne Whitney, Boston, Massachusetts, 1912 February 14



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