de LONG – ZANDE PAPERS: Series II – Folder 2. Letters to her family. 1910.

Folder 2.  Letters to her family.  1910.  14 items. 

August 31, 1910.  Wakefield, Mass.  “Mother dearest:—This letters is supposed to be a real bit of me, come to welcome you to your new work…”

September 8, 1910. Lincoln, Mass.  “Mother darling:—This is going to be a short-letter day…”

September 9, 1910. Lincoln Mass. “My dearest, darlingest mother:—Your little note with the money enclosed just came, and I thank you heartily for both!”

September 12, 1910. Lincoln Mass.  “My darling little mother:—The two postal cards I sent this morning…”

87 High Street.  Montclair, N.J.  “My darlingest mother:—How are you this morning, I wonder…”

September 22, 1910. 10 P.M.  “Mother darling:—Having promised Aunt Sarah that I would go to bed…”

September 24, 1910. 87 High Street Montclair, N.J.  “You darling little mother:—How I do grieve…”

September 26, 1910. 87 High Street Montclair, “My dear, darling mother:—How glad I am to know that you spent Sunday…”

September 28, 1910. 87 High Street Montclair, N.J. “You are absolutely the most out-and-out ‘brick’ I ever saw, mother darling!”

September 30, 1910. 87 High Street Montclair, N.J. “Mother most dear:—Aunt Sarah has gone over to Mary’s for luncheon, and having just finished my own meal, I am going to spend the next two hours…”

October 3, 1910. 87 High Street Montclair, N.J. “Mother darling:—Probably you will hear from Auntie Madison at the same time you get this….”

October 5, 1910. 87 High Street Montclair, N.J. “My precious mother:—Your splendid letter came last night and I was so glad to get it…”

October 6, 1910. 87 High Street Montclair. “Hurrah! hurrah! isn’t it just too nice for anything….”

October 17. Montclair.  “Mother most dear:—You see my ‘more later’ of this morning’s note…”