Sender: Eleanor Agnes Lee
Recipient: Mary E. McCormick McDonald
Friday [n.d.]Dear Mary,
Finding that - at least one wagon (Womindorrf's) hadn't been to yr. house today. I send you a basket by way of remembrance. The pears of course are to ripen in a drawer. Tell Capt McDonald the roses are rather imperfect - blooms of some of the roses I & the remarkable want him to take cuttings from & the remarkable oranges I found on one of them this morning goes with them.
Of course in a hurry - affec
Robert E. Lee Papers (064 collection)Leyburn Library
This letter, addressed to "Mrs. McDonald," was written after the 1869 marriage of Mary E. McCormick to Marshall McDonald.