Feb. 1st 1888.
My darling Mamma.
Your letter came tonight and I cant [sic] tell you how glad I was to get it. I am sorry you feel so blue & miserable and I will worry until you go to the doctor. I think you had better try Jule's doctor, for he has been so successful with her. You know mamma how it is when you begin this way, you know it doesn't last only a few nights, but just keeps up till you are all worn out, now dont [sic] let it run on, but go at once to Dr. Hussey. You are so dependent on sleep, you have so much to do, & so much to think of during the day
May not be published or extensively quoted without the written consent of the Hamline University Archives, Hamline University, 1356 Hewitt Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55104; 651-523-2080; firstname.lastname@example.org.