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Both to his son Eliot's wife, Margaret. Dated Shady Hill, 21 Mch. 1904, asking about her family, describing a tough winter and his feeding of the wild birds and squirrels, an earthquake, a colleague of his son's who has died, celebrating "Cousin Charles's 90th birthday, "Sir Philip's book....not as good as I hoped it might be." Two conjugate leaves, four pages, with the mailing envelope, in Fine condition. The second letter, dated "Friday night", with the original envelope but this was not posted. His son and family are in the vicinity, Eliot is on business nearby - this letter talks about dinner on Sunday. He commiserates with Margaret - "I am really glad to hear that life has been less complicated for you all today than it was yesterday...", then asks questions about Eliot's itinerary. Two conjugate leaves, three pages. In Fine condition. The two letters --
Title: Two Autograph Letter(s), Signed.
Seller ID: norton,charleseliot.75bothtohissoneliot'swife,ma