Louise DeKoven Bowen to Jane Addams, August 11, 1908

REEL0005_0508.jpg
REEL0005_0509.jpg
REEL0005_0510.jpg
REEL0005_0511.jpg

Aug. 11th 

Baymeath,
Bar Harbor, Maine.

My dear.

Just about this time you are trying to think up a plan to prepare your departure for the effete East. And this is just to remind you to be firm. I really feel apologetic about getting you here for there is so little I can [page 2] do owing to my battered condition but my anxiety to have you seems to increase in proportion to my infirmities. I won't tell you that you need to rest for it has made me so provoked that I knew how it makes you feel, but do come and unless I hear [page 3] to the contrary will expect you on Monday morning the 17th at 8 a.m. and you will be here in time for breakfast. Your letters from Colorado sound hot. What a summer it has been. We are alone just now but a lot of young people came in Saturday among them deKoven's young woman. Are you going to [page 4] begin the checks for the July bills before you have or have them sent on.

Until Monday —

Yours Aff'ly

L. deKB.

Will you bring me a couple of Hull House <Year> Books? I have just in a check for Relief work.

Item Relations

Comments

Allowed tags: <p>, <a>, <em>, <strong>, <ul>, <ol>, <li>