To Frances Chrystie
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Collection Creator: Chrystie, Mary A., 1825-1842.
Dates: circa 1840 September 1.
Located In: Box 1, Folder 11
Extent: 4.0 pages
Dimensions: 25.5 x 39.6 cm
One sheet folded in half. Large chunk missing (approx.
5.5 x 19.3 cm) at bottom (does not affect text).
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Monday (no date), Pelham Priory; postmarked September 1 at New
Rochelle, New York. Mary Chrystie again writes to her mother Frances
Chrystie about her flea problem and notes that her "poison" is
almost gone and "does not trouble me at all now, and only looks very
ugly". Mary complains that her music teacher "is so hatefully cross
that I tremble when she calls me to take my lesson" and mentions
that her throat is "pretty well" but that she "wheeze[s] when the
weather is at all damp".
To Frances Chrystie; circa 1840 September 1; Mary Chrystie Papers, Box 1, Folder 11; , Princeton University Library.
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