In Her Own Right

Letter from Mary Elizabeth Garrett to M. Carey Thomas, November 08, 1891

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Date created 1891-11-08
Creators Garrett, Mary Elizabeth, 1854-1915
Description Dearest Minnie, You do not know how rich I feel in having had your letters from you written [illegible] days the [illegible] however being really only two, as the one of 21st was a continuation of the note of Monday 19th, and the one mailed on morning of 23rd the continuation of the one of the 21st same evening and the next. The one of Monday, 26th, came after I had given up all hope of that Sunday’s letter in the morning, the rest of that mail having come the night before, but this being detained for extra postage. I do not wonder you were too exhausted to write that Sunday night before going to bed. How strongly I hope the Baltimore part of the day’s work resulted in success you know I shall look for the news of the meeting in your next letter with much anxiety. Tuesday A.M. Am so sorry, but this scrap must go as it is, or you will get nothing by this steamer. I stayed indoors the entire day yesterday in order to write you but - you see the result Lovingly yours, Mary E.G.
Size 4 pages
Type text
Subjects Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935 | Garrett, Mary Elizabeth, 1854-1915 | Female friendship | Women--Education
Geographical location Venice (Italy); Bryn Mawr (Pa.)
Language English
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Contributing institution Bryn Mawr College
Rights This work is believed to be in the Public Domain under the laws of the United States. For more information, see http://rightsstatements.org/page/NoC-US/1.0/