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Title
Beatrix Farrand to Mildred Bliss, June 6, 1945
Sender
Beatrix Farrand
Recipient
Mildred Barnes Bliss
Date Written
1945
Garden Area
Unassigned
Description

Letter sent by Beatrix Farrand discussing the difficulty of receiving telephone calls at her home; Max Farrand's health, comfort, and care; and her attack of lumbago leading to three to four days in bed. A nurse has been secured to help with Max Farrand's care.

Handwritten signature in ink by Beatrix Farrand.

Written on Beatrix Farrand's Bar Harbor, Maine letterhead.

Letter received [June] 8, [1945].

Title created by cataloger.

Accession No.
B:BF 1945.06.06
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Details
Work Types
correspondence
Subjects
travel
Reef Point Gardens (Bar Harbor, Me.)
Farrand, Max, 1869-1945
health
illness
nurses
Fatigue
Boston (Mass.)
weather
rain
wind (weather phenomena)
Fog
Backache
Telephone
communication (function)
Privacy
letters (correspondence)
Collection
Dumbarton Oaks Garden Archives
Repository
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, Rare Book Collection
Location
Dumbarton Oaks, Washington (D.C.)
Index Terms
Farrand, Beatrix → illnesses of → lumbago
Farrand, Max → last illness → relaxing at Reef Point
Reef Point (Gardens) → house telephone → lack of privacy with
telephone → at Reef Point → lack of privacy with