- Beatrix Farrand to Mildred Bliss, June 30, 1945
- Beatrix Farrand
- Mildred Barnes Bliss
- Date Written
- Garden Area
Letter asking for Mildred Bliss to send her a reassuring line indicating that she is not ill or hurt by something she did. Beatrix Farrand states they have been very close and the "thought of your not being still close, is hard to bear." She mentions that she has the example of Max Farrand's courage and fidelity to make it through each day.
Handwritten letter and signature in ink on notecard.
Marked as received, 5/7/45 [July 7, 1945].
Title created by cataloger.
- Accession No.
- B:BF 1945.06.30
- Related Items
- Work Types
- communication (function)
- letters (correspondence)
- Farrand, Max, 1869-1945
- Adjustment (Psychology)
- Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives
- Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, Rare Book Collection
- Dumbarton Oaks, Washington (D.C.)
- Index Terms
- Bliss, Mildred → MxF's death and → BF's need to hear from
- Farrand, Beatrix → MxF's death and → need to hear from MB after