Abigail ES Coombs to Cary T. Grayson


Abigail ES Coombs to Cary T. Grayson


Coombs, Abigail ES




1919 September 27




Warrow, Arizona

Dear Dr. Grayson:

The morning paper brings the alarming news that our noble President is suffering a “nervous breakdown.”

With the hope that he will and shall soon be restored to normal health, I am enclosing a small circular of Dr. Geo. W. Carey, for your careful perusal.

I implore you to get for him these cell salts, and also the book written upon the subject of Biochemistry, explaining their use, for I know they will work wonders for any ailing soul.

I cured myself of lung trouble, even hemorrhage, by their use, and if all the physicians in the US would pocket their prejudice and use these salts, tuberculosis, in all its phases, would soon be a thing of the past. The very best recommendations are by prominent practicing physicians.

For his sake, as well as your own, and all those whom you may, or shall be called to wait upon, please procure them at once. A telegram directed to Dr. Carey at his residence will bring a glad response and relief in tangible form within a week.

Address Dr. Geo. W. Carey,
Alhambra Apartments,
North Broadway,
Los Angeles, California.

With a prayer for President Wilson, and sincere regards to you, I am,

Faithfully yours,

Abigail ES Coombs
Box 700

[Enclosed pamphlet: "Biochemistry By Dr. George W. Carey, Teacher of the Chemistry of Life."]

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Grayson, Cary T. (Cary Travers), 1878-1938





Coombs, Abigail ES, “Abigail ES Coombs to Cary T. Grayson,” 1919 September 27, WWP15848, Cary T. Grayson Papers, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.