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Title
Beatrix Farrand to Mildred Bliss, November 18, 1944
Sender
Beatrix Farrand
Recipient
Mildred Barnes Bliss
Date Written
1944
Garden Area
Unassigned
Description

Discusses Mildred Bliss' telephone call and upcoming visit to see Beatrix Farrand while in Boston.

Beatrix Farrand reports her hand is still troubling her explaining that Clementine Walter is writing the letter. She spends much time with Max Farrand's while he receives treatments or doing things for him.

Handwritten letter in black ink by Clementine Walter as dictated by Beatrix Farrand.

Letter written on Ritz-Carlton, Boston letterhead.

Handwritten signature by Beatrix Farrand.

Letter received at Dumbarton Oaks, November 20, [1944].

Title created by cataloger.

Accession No.
B:BF 1944.11.18
Details
Work Types
correspondence
Subjects
Walter, Clementine
communication (function)
travel
Farrand, Max, 1869-1945
hands (animal or human components)
health
illness
Boston (Mass.)
letters (correspondence)
Collection
Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives
Repository
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, Rare Book Collection
Location
Dumbarton Oaks, Washington (D.C),
Index Terms
Walter, Clementine "Clemmy" → handwriting short letters for BF
Farrand, Beatrix → illnesses of → gout due to overwork by
Farrand, Max → illnesses of → treatments going well
Farrand, Beatrix, scheduling → 1944, MB visit in Boston with

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