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W1378 TO DR. CALVIN BROOKS MCQUESTEN from his aunt Mary [Lerned] Flanders
May 21 1873 Wednesday Evening
To: Dr. Calvin Brooks McQuesten, New York
From: Hopkinton, New Hampshire, [U.S.A.]

My dear Nephew,

Here I am again in Old Hopkinton having spent a pleasant winter away returning the first day of May. I was very sorry not to see more of you while I was in Brooklyn. We expected you would visit us the next Sunday after you called, as you did not write us to the contrary. Alice will remain there till the last of June. She with Mrs. Langford would be very happy to receive a visit or even a call from you. Too bad you are not more acquainted with your mother's relatives. Calvin I want you to write me occasionally that I may know of your welfare. And come and see us whenever you can, we will be happy to see you. When you write to your father remember me affectionately to him,

Yours in much love

Aunt Mary [Flanders]

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