Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson

Identifier

WWP14904

Description

Letter to Wilson

Source

Edith Bolling Wilson Collection, Library of Congress, Washington, District of Columbia

Format

pdf file

Language

English

Text

Dearest One -

Of course you can come to me β€” but what is the matter? I feel so worried that anything should trouble you. May I ask one thing precious One - and that is that you ask Dr. Grayson to come up with you? I know he will have intuition enough not to stay - and it will look better if any one should see you - and it is also a protection to you -Don't think me foolish and know that my heart will wait for you - and be made happy by your coming β€” Of course you have told Helen to make some excuse for my not coming to dinner β€” and if you think it better for me to tell her over the phone - ask her to make some excuse about telling me about the car - and call me - and then I will give some reason why I can't come β€”Are you better - and more rested Bless your dear heart - what ever is troubling you - bring it to me and let me share it and try to help-

Your own,

Edith

Original Format

Letter

Files

http://resources.presidentwilson.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/09181915.pdf

Citation

Wilson, Edith Bolling Galt, 1872-1961, “Edith Bolling Wilson to Woodrow Wilson,” 1915 September 18, WWP14904, Edith Bolling Wilson Letters, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.