Letter - Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple, 8 July 1932
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A letter from Ethelwyn Wetherald to Miss Dalrymple, 8 July 1932. The letter reads: "Dear Miss Dalrymple - Won't you please let me know when Mr. Page & his family are in this part of the country, as we very much want you all to spend an afternoon & evening with us. If you could let me know the day of your coming we should be glad. A telegram from Los Angeles last Tuesday told us of the death of my dear brother Charlie, who had been ill in bed for two months. It is a comfort to know that he was among loving friends, everything was done for him that could be done & his last weeks on earth were peaceful & serene. Hoping to see you all here this month - you & Jean & Elsie & Frank & little Ellen - don't one of you dare stay away! Ever your loving friend A. E. Wetherald"