Vera Margolies to Edwina Booth Grossman

Title

Vera Margolies to Edwina Booth Grossman

Description

Vera Margolies thanks Edwina Booth Grossman for "sweet kindness" and "sunshine" that Grossman brought into her life, and she looks forward to seeing her soon. The letter on Hotel Westminster stationery includes its envelope.

Creator

Margolies, Vera

Publisher

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

Date

1903-11-07

Rights

The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation holds all rights and permissions.

Format

pdf

Language

en

Identifier

300510
T1903.11.07-MISC

Transcription

Hotel Westminster

Irving Place and 16th St.

New York

Also Hotel Wellington

7th Ave., bet. 55th and 56th Sts.

New York

A. W. Eager, Proprietor

HOTEL WESTMINSTER

IRVING PLACE & 16TH STREET

NEW YORK

TELEPHONE, 2560-18th

HOTEL WELLINGTON

7th AVE., BET. 55TH & 56TH STS.

NEW YORK

TELEPHONE, 1066 COLUMBUS

Hotel Westminster, Nov. 7th 1903

Dear Mrs. Grossmann.

How am I to express in a few hurried lines, my deep appreciation & gratitude for your sweet kindness to me? I can only say that I thank you from my heart. and that I shall never forget all the sweet sunshine which you have brought into my first visit to New York! I will not write any more now, as the man is waiting to take this back - shall look forward so much to seeing you & dear children tomorrow. My best love, and again ever so many thanks.

Always your affectionate

Vera


Miss Margolies private

HOTEL WESTMINSTER

IRVING PLACE & 16TH STREET

NEW YORK

TELEPHONE, 2560-18th

A.W. EAGER, PROPRIETOR

Mrs. Grossmann

12 West 18th Street

Status

Complete

Percent Completed

100

Weight

20

Original Format

paper and ink
2 p
24 x 16 cm

Citation

Margolies, Vera, “Vera Margolies to Edwina Booth Grossman,” Chronicling Illinois, accessed September 18, 2020, http://alplm-cdi.com/chroniclingillinois/items/show/8341.