Mildred Barnes Bliss to Elisina Grant Richards, December 30, 1910
Unexpectedly I have an opportunity to send a small greeting to my Godson by the courtesy of an Argentine acquaintance.Elisina Grant Richards replied on January 30, 1911: "For one brief moment it flashed on me that you might actually be in Paris yourself. . . . [I] felt a disappointment that I won't qualify when I had to substitute the hazy image of a courteous Argentine acquaintance. Please accept William's gurgle of gratitude." It isn’t a particularly polite gift! but I mean to send him something of my own making before long.
All be well with you and my love to you 3 and Robert’s.