Lee Letter: w065

Lee Letter: w065 Sender: Mildred Childe Lee Recipient: Elizabeth R. Cocke Lexington. August. 25th [1870]My dear Mrs. Cocke – You were very kind to write me to me at such a moment of sorrow. And I was greatly touched by your thoughtfulness.You have my tenderest...

Lee Letter: w063

Lee Letter: w063 Sender: Mildred Childe Lee Recipient: “Mary” London – Aug 20th [c.1879]Dear MaryI met Miss Smythe in Westminster Abbey Sunday & she gave me yr address. I am with my nephew & tomorrow we go to “Schlangenbad Germany Villa...

Lee Letter: w066

Lee Letter: w066 Sender: Mildred Childe Lee Recipient: John Preston Cocke Half past five o’clock [n.d.]I should like to see you Mr. Cocke in the positive you describe with your ambition & pride might too, & yourself writing under the winding sheet of...

Lee Letter: w139

Lee Letter: w139 Sender: Mildred Childe Lee Recipient: Mary McDonald [n.d.]Dear Mrs McDonald.Mamma enjoyed yr nice things very much – she is worse today, & my heart is very heavy – but in this darkness, the love & sympathies of true friends is very...

Lee Letter: w138

Lee Letter: w138 Sender: Mildred Childe Lee Recipient: Mildred Lee Harness [n.d.]Prayer for my husbandSent by Mildred Lee Genl Robert E Lee’s younger daughtersent this to Mildred Lee Harness for her wedding to Edgar S LaimmA Lord bless and preserve that dear...

Lee Letter: u027

Lee Letter: u027 Sender: Mildred Childe Lee Recipient: Edmund Jennings Lee Lexington [Virginia] Oct 12th [1882]My dear NedI see that the cares of a family have not added to your dignity nor lessened your frivolity! Now that you have a daughter’s future before you, I...