Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson

Identifier

WWP19660

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Subject

Language

English

Text

Precious one-

     Josephine and I are here to-gether! Isn’t that grand? We have been talking our heads off and you are in our talk, in our minds and in our hearts all the time. We think you must know it—you always know when important things happen to me or her. She is lovely, Margie, and really in love and happy—although very lonely now because her Sammy has had to leave for the army. She’ll tell you about that—this is only a little note to inclose with her letter. (I’ve just sent you a long letter and will write you another, soon.) I can’t tell you what it means to me to find this darling child again—I love her—and I’ll watch over her—you can be sure of that.
     We are sending waves of love to you, my darling—I who love you more than even you know—and this brave dear girl who has always been “your child”

Your adoring

Nell-

Sept 12th 1943

Original Format

Letter

Files

D70110.pdf

Tags

Citation

McAdoo, Eleanor Wilson, 1889-1967, “Eleanor Randolph Wilson McAdoo to Margaret Woodrow Wilson,” 1943 September 12, WWP19660, Eleanor Wilson McAdoo Collection at the University of California-Santa Barbara, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.