Various Fragments of Letters to Mrs. L.M. Crowell
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Edwin D. Crowell
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SubjectTaking Virginia to Church; Printing grams; Blue prints of leaves; Kindergarten; Story telling; The Three Bears; Extra Milk; Checks; Skilfully written letter; Cranberry exchange; Discussion with Ben Porter; Lou Crowell; Market for cranberries; Money for Mildred; Coat; Thanksgiving; New Kindergarten class; Syrians; Poor foreign children; Isabel; Diptheria; Milk; G.M.S.; Candied decorations; The leaves; Margaret; Prospect Park; Borough Hall; Check for $8.00; Montessori lecture; Louise Hanmer; Institute; Best night dress; Virginia; Marion; Miss Todd's wedding; Hat
Various fragments of letters. All were found in a stamped envelope addressed to Mrs. L.M. Crowell in East Dennis. The envelope was postmarked: Brooklyn, NY, Nov 22 1914. On the envelope, in ball-pen is written: Ed's letters from Exeter; the date is uncertain. The first fragment is from Mildred Crowell. The second fragment is a letter from both Edwin and Mildred Crowell, but all written in the hand of Mildred. The third fragment is a letter all in hand of Mildred
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