D. Chesterfield to Kathleen, London, May 21, [1900]

Add MSS 412
Box 6 Files 4-10

26 Egerton Gardens
May 21st

Dearest Kathleen

It is such a pretty name!! I am sorry but I am sure if he does not feel like it is better for him not to go out of an eveng. I was so disappted that I went to the Queen’s Hall to hear Sir George White address 400 dogs – very interesting – & I sent Harry to dine with his brother! he has come back this afternoon. Well tell yr Father I am so sorry not to see him but hope he comes back from Aix we shall meet & that he will be every so much stronger & better. When do you go? Let me see you ere you do. I have [?] at 11 tomorrow to a marriage! too early – God bless you dear & do remember I am always yr very affecte old friend

D. Chesterfield


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