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[typed: [After 5 days, return to]] [handwritten: [EB Greene]] [typed: [Wellesley, Mass.]]

[postmark: [WELLESLEY MASS. DEC 19 11-30A 1914]]

Miss Anne Whitney The Charlesgate, Boston Mass.

Friday Eve. Dec. 18. [in pencil: [1914]]

Dearest AW. It is I, myself, your little Elizabeth Greene, who will make myself a Christmas present of a dear sight of your dear face. For I propose to spend my Christmas in Boston, & I shall hie me to the Charlesgate (as soon as I have taken breath after the journey) and satisfy my soul. Your little note in your own hand is my treasure till then. And I shall see O.T.D. & offer my own little leaf of laurel, & thank her besides for her many human kindnesses, which she has not forgot to let fall.

I will write again, when I have found myself, in Boston, & am now & always yours, - "yours to keep." Elizabeth.

We expect to go to the "Thorndike" The Bellevue impossible this time.

Letter from Elizabeth Bigelow Greene, Wellesley, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, Boston, Massachusetts, 1914 December 18



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