Envelope and letter to Mrs. L. A. Bradbury
June 7, 1913
16.3 x 12.3 cm (6 7/16 x 4 13/16 in.)
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Envelope and letter from Lawrence Park, Groton, Mass, to Mrs. L. A. Bradbury (presumably Louise Appleton) enclosing a copy of the will of Arthur Savage, Jr. in Jamaica.
Letter: Groton Mass- / 7 June 1913 / My Dear Mrs Bradbury / I have just received / from Spanish Town Jamaica, / a copy of the will of Arthur / Savage, brotehr of Fidelia / and I am enclosing a copy / of it which I shall be / glad to have you accept / I had hoped that the / will would help me in / finding out what became / of Fidelia Munkhouse but / it carries her on only / four or five years after her husbands death
and the light thrown upon the / morals of Arthur does / not present them in a / particularly favorable way. / I am now wondering / what became of these / two sons of Arthur. / I hope that you are / well and that we shall have the pleasure of / seeing you and your sister / in Groton this summer. / Sincerely Yours / Lawrence Park
From the wording of the copy of the will / I think it is not a verbatim copy / but only a copy of the substance.
Gift of Edith McMillan Tucker