D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, January 2, 1912

Add MSS 412
Box 6 File 4-10

JanY 2nd 1912

Dearest Kathleen

What ever must you think of me but when yr lovely basket of Lillies of the Valley came I had no idea where you were. Now I have yr address wh Harry gave me & ought to have written a day or two ago but simply could not then so dear one you must please forgive my apparent rudeness & ingratitude for such a lovely basket it has been a joy to me I assure you. & I have loved to see them & smell them all these days & now I want to wish you such a happy bright new year & I do hope you will have many more just filled with gladness & God’s best blessings . I hear you are coming to London this week. do let me see you as soon as you can

Always yr very


D. Chesterfield


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