Correspondence from William Brooks Cabot to Fannie Hardy Eckstorm ca. 1930-1946, part 4 (ms158_b1f017_004.06.pdf)
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�for me. I was giving a dollar apiece for letter (to be) written to me in the language, + eventually got some. The best had been dictated to a white scribe. I could work them out, though there would be some one phrase too idiomatic for me. Those were the days.
I am glad you have closed your chapter of household accidents. [?] come more fashionably, by another car. I haven't heard from J.E.L. for awhile but owe a letter.
Description: Letters concerning Indian languages, culture, and history.
Date: ca. 1930-1946
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