[FB002AAI] Letter, c. 1888


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[FB002AAI] Letter, c. 1888

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I just received your letter. I cannot begin to tell you how happy I am to know that everything is satisfaction and that I can go. I did not more than finish the letter which I enclose before your last letter came. I think my hair turned three shades lighter when you put that long [flank? Thank? Hank?] in your letter for I surely [your?] letter [a---ing] to come home. [Ion hairr well?] your hand mama to many I'm on also in letting me go. I SHALL NEVER give you cause to regret letting me go and I shall [?] and study hard and be good. You can remember my promise Mama and remind me of it if I ever brake it but I do not think you will have cause for I intend keeping it. I thought the [amount?] would be unfavorable. I do not see how I can come home before Tuesday but I will surely come then, will you please have someone meet me on the six o clock train [?] New York. I cannor realize that I have to leave the firls so soon, I certainly seem sad to leave so many dear friends who in all probablilities I shall never see again. I have been rushed ever since I got One of the girls are going [--- -----?] with me so I will have company most of the way. Give my love n all and much love for your-self Marion
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Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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