SERIES III: ARABELLA BRAY DE LONG
Folder 14. Letters, 1927. 6 items.
Washington,April 20/27. “’There is hushed on earth A voice of gladness…” [slip of paper with a poem on one side and a list on the other]
September 16, 1927. [To Ethel] “Here I am sitting in Mrs. Newcomb’s guest-room.”
Monday the 17th October 1927. [To Ethel] “We are having a rainstorm, and I am hoping that you are revelling [sic] in one too!”
October 20, 1927. [To Ethel] “And I am wishing you, my beloved daughter, very many happy returns of this birthday anniversary…”
December 6th 1927. [To Ethel] “Many, many thanks, dear child: for your small note, with enclosures…”
Tuesday, December 13/27. [To Ethel] “My precious daughter Ethel—It is a glorious day, and I am hoping that you-all are having just such a treat.”