Two playful letters to his daughter Jean, in which he teases her mercilessly about his wardrobe of white suits:
Autograph letter signed (Father"), 4 pages, New York, 25 February 1907, reports that that he had fallen on the ice and ripped his white trousers and that a neighbor's old tomcat had a basketful of kittens and was booked for yet another litter. Together with: holograph envelope franked "From Father." — Autograph letter signed ("Father"), 4 pages, New York, 5 March 1907, admits he didn't fall on the ice only said he did and that he dined at Robert Collier's resplendent in full evening dress of white broadcloth.
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