FPK to Edna Hale, May 1, 1925


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FPK to Edna Hale, May 1, 1925


May 1, 1925

My dear Cousin Ednah:

I am more sorry than I can tell you to be obliged to returned to you the second time Aunt Nancy's letters without having done anything definite with them. During a sever attack of the grip which kept me house for some time this winter I went over them carefully and even mapped out an article based on them, but I was not well enough to write and, of course, the minute I did recover my work of current events swept me up again. Now I am on the point of sailing on a trip around the world which will necessitate a prolonged absence from this country and as I am sure you would wish to have the letters in your own safe keeping during this period I am sending them to you under separate cover, registered, by the same mail.

Please allow me to thank you for the co-operation you have shown in my desire to write an article about Aunt Nancy and I still hope that eventually it may be possible for me to do so for it is a subject in which I feel the greatest interest.

With all good wishes,
Faithfully your cousin,

Miss Ednah B. Hale,
109 Bowen Street,
Providence, R.I.


Frances Parkinson Keyes


From the collection of Frances Parkinson Keyes Papers, Special Collections, University of Vermont Library.




Hope Greenberg


Box 1, folder 11


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Date Added
October 17, 2014
Frances Parkinson Keyes Collection
Frances Parkinson Keyes, “FPK to Edna Hale, May 1, 1925,” Omeka@CTL, accessed October 24, 2020, http://ctl.w3.uvm.edu/omeka/items/show/2014.
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