Lee Letter: w121

Lee Letter: w121 Sender: Agnes Lee Recipient: Mary E. McCormick McDonald Friday [n.d.]Dear Mary,Have been prevented coming myself to see how Rose was, but have heard through others she was better. Send her a pitcher of this morning’s milk wch has been on ice...

Lee Letter: w123

Lee Letter: w123 Sender: Agnes Lee Recipient: “my dear Mrs. Glenn” Saturday Morning [n.d.]My dear Mrs. GlennI was so disappointed the evening we spent with you that I did not have a little talk with you after tea to tell you that how much I appreciated...

Lee Letter: w122

Lee Letter: w122 Sender: Agnes Lee Recipient: Mary E. McCormick McDonald [n.d.]Dear Mary,I have more currants than expected I am afraid it will be too great a task upon yr kindness, particularly as I do not know whether you wd prefer them prepared. Please do not...

Lee Letter: w099

Lee Letter: w099 Sender: Agnes Lee Recipient: Mrs. M. Mcdonald [n.d.]Dear Mrs. M – I will enjoy very much going with you & Mary H – But is it not right raw for two ladies of yr. strengths & prudence to wander by the brook such a day as this? I...

Lee Letter: w040

Lee Letter: w040 Sender: Agnes Lee Recipient: “My Dear Sue” Lexington Jan 14 1867My dear Sue,I was very glad to hear from you again, it had been a long time. I am glad you and Mat are well & in good spirits. I should enjoy his boyish pranks very much,...