Helen Armory Ernst to Worthington Ford letter, page 1, 1892

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Helen Armory Ernst to Worthington Ford letter, page 1, 1892


135 Armory Street: Roxbury

My Dear Mr. Ford:

Your note
has just been forwarded
to me from Washington,
but no phamphlet [sic] has
yet come. I shall write
Papa about it, and I
feel much flattered at
your remembering a
promise made so long

[page 4]
can't possibly miss it:
it is a long low old fashioned
house among high old
trees. It takes about
half an hour to come
out in the car.

Gramma and my sisters
join me in wishing
to be remembered to
you and your brother,
and hoping to see you
both next week,
Very sincerely yours,
September 5. Helen Armory Ernst.


Writer

Helen Armory Ernst
Date written
1892-09-05
Paper
cm x cm in x in
Pen
black
Penmanship Style
Collection
Worthington Chauncey Ford papers, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library
File name
Ernst Helen Armory 18xx-0x-0x

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