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[written up left side in pencil: Miss Olmstead]
[Postmark: PLYMOUTH JUL 24 7-30 PM 1907 MASS; 13-star banner ends where upper right-hand corner of envelope has been torn off]
Dear Miss Whitney
Miss Thurber read me extracts from your note to her yesterday in which you asked me to go to you in place of Mrs Knapp - poor Mrs Knapp -
Your asking me because of your having known Father gives
me much happiness - and I accept with eagerness - a pleasure to be shared with your devoted Plymouth friends who miss you sadly in the meantime.
219 Court Street
Olmsted, Marion and Wellesley College Archives, "Letter from Marion Olmsted, Plymouth, Massachusetts, to Anne Whitney, Shelburne, New Hampshire, 1907 July 24" (1907). Papers of Anne Whitney (MSS.4): Correspondence. 864.