Page 3

OverviewTranscribeVersionsHelp

Here you can see all page revisions and compare the changes have been made in each revision. Left column shows the page title and transcription in the selected revision, right column shows what have been changed. Unchanged text is highlighted in white, deleted text is highlighted in red, and inserted text is highlighted in green color.

5 revisions
MaryV at Apr 29, 2024 06:13 AM

Page 3

it inwardly all the time.
[Jeans?] Bird book interests him so
much and I study it with him
all the time - we are making a
collection of nests - we have four
but most of the birds still have
use for theirs. We want a barn swallows,
but it is too high for me
though time was -

Please burn this up - it is worse
than no letter at all. I shall wait
for the mail before closing. No
letter from thee; one from Marie
however which I will keep until
thee gets here. She wants to know if
I know a Richard A. MacCurdy,
[Nassau?], Cudor & Liberty Street, [N.Y.?]
Father thinks he is Pres. of the Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New York - will
thee find out if he is right - Father says
there is a Branch of this on Union Sq.
[near?] [Tiffany?]. Love, Margie

Be sure and write what train thee and Sister are coming
on Thursday.

Norwood,
June 25th, 1900
My dearest,
I can scarcely realize that
this week will bring us together-
blessed week- I cannot tell thee
how hungry I am to see thee.
I suppose thee is busy doing up
loose ends before leaving - Father
paid something to Dr. [Elery?] yester
day about the portrait, and he learned
to accept it as a foregone conclusion
that thee was going to do it in
August. I cant help feeling that
Bea Tyson had something to
do with our losing the [namer?] portraits
though Father says it is
impossible, but you never can tell
what "snakes in the grass" will
do, and she is that type. There is
a great deal of talk about her
encouragment to Sam Rumford

Page 3

it inwardly all the time.
[Jeans?] Bird book interests him so
much and I study it with him
all the time - we are making a
collection of nests - we have four
but most of the birds still have
use for theirs. We want a barn swallows,
but it is too high for me
though time was -

Please burn this up - it is worse
than no letter at all. I shall wait
for the mail before closing. No
letter from thee; one from Marie
however which I will keep until
thee gets here. She wants to know if
I know a Richard A. MacCurdy,
[Nassau?], Cudor & Liberty Street, [N.Y.?]
Father thinks he is Pres. of the Mutual
Life Insurance Co. of New York - will
thee find out if he is right - Father says
there is a Branch of this on Union Sq.
[near?] [Tiffany?]. Love, Margie

Me [one?] and while what [?] thee and [Siler?] are coming
on thursday.
Norwood,
June 25th, 1900
My dearest,
I can scarcely realize that
this week will bring us together-
[blessed?] week- I cannot tell thee
how hungry I am to see thee.
I [suppose?] thee is busy doing up
loose ends before leaving - Father
[paid?] something to Sr. [Elery Yerler?]
[doing all?] out the portrait, and he learned
to accept it as a [force one?] conclusion
that thee was going to do it in
august. I cant help feeling that
Bea [?] had something to
do with our [housing?] the [namer?] portraits
though Father says it is
impossible, but you never can tell
what "snakes in the grass" will
do, and she is that [?]. There is
a great deal of [lack?] about her
encouragment to Sam Rumford