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[postmark: BOSTON, MASS. FEB 8 10-AM 1901 5 D] [postage stamp: red UNITED STATES POSTAGE TWO CENTS] [postmark, on back flap: BOSTON FEB 8 12 - M 19 01 MASS. BACK BAY STATION 4]

Miss Anne Whitney,

The Charlesgate,


[cancellation mark on back of envelope, no text]

[in pencil in upper left corner: 29]

16 Pinckney St.

I never thanked you for your pantomine letter of last week! But my heart sings to you like a brook.

We have no change or let-up here, except that my Mother is recovering all right. I have put in some consecutive days of hard work, and feel mightily disposed to fly up to the Charlesgate and "freshen a ruffled wing". (Ever heard or seen that phrase?) Perhaps I can do so on Saturday, perhaps on Monday. When I see the right moment, I shall "take it by the horns while the iron is hot". And with love to Miss Manning, I am ever as ever your

L. I. G.

7th Feb., 1901.

I hope the Knee has reformed.

Letter from Louise Imogen Guiney, Boston, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, Boston, Massachusetts, 1901 February 7



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