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Letter from Mary Anne Mason Anderson to her sister, Sue

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My dearest Sue,
 
My dearest Sue,
Many thanks for  
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Many thanks for your kind offer, but I am not as badly off as you think - I am able to stump around and attend to all my house-hold duties, but I cannot walk out, visit go to church, or do anything but take a drive in the aftern-noon. Dr. Cullen will tomorrow put in a [illegible] saturated with iodine, of course. That will
your kind offer, but I  
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am not as badly off as  
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you think - I am able  
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to stump around and  
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attend to all my house-
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hold duties, but I cannot  
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walk out, visit, go to  
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church, or [^do] anything but  
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take a drive in the after-
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noon. Dr. Cullen will tomor[-]
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row put in a [illegible]  
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saturated with iodine  
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of course. That '''willfdhdfhdh'''
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103 W Franklin Street February 25th

My dearest Sue, Many thanks for your kind offer, but I am not as badly off as you think - I am able to stump around and attend to all my house-hold duties, but I cannot walk out, visit go to church, or do anything but take a drive in the aftern-noon. Dr. Cullen will tomorrow put in a [illegible] saturated with iodine, of course. That will