Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson

Identifier

EAW02171910A

Source

Library of Congress

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

Language

English

Spatial Coverage

Princeton, NJ

Text

Thursday night.

My darling,

Your dear little note is just at home and I am sending off to you tonight the few cards I have. I am hoping the ??? may have a supply, in which case I will send them too tomorrow morning. I have searched the study for them in vain.

You poor dear! The feeling to which you confess is so pathetic and so natural! I too am feeling it; - have to make myself go out, - don't want to meet anyone, &c., &c. - very silly of course. Jessie & I are alive tonight. Nell at ??? and Margaret dining at the h

But I must stop and give this to the shut-up man.

Devotedly,

Your own Eileen

Original Format

Letter

Files

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Citation

Wilson, Ellen Axson, “Ellen Axson Wilson to Woodrow Wilson,” 1910 February 17, EAW02171910A, Ellen Axson Wilson Letters, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.

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