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Letter from Thomas Womack to Julia Womack with envelope

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Thomas Womack, American

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This letter was written on April 7, 1915 by Thomas Womack from Darlington Heights, Virginia, to Julia Womack in Washington, D.C. The letter wishes Julia better health as she was recently ill, and mentions a matter that Thomas would like to discuss so they can "get it threw [sic] with." He asks Julia to inform him when she will be returning to Darlington Heights. The letter is written on ruled paper folded in half vertically to form four pages. The envelope has no return address. A two-cent red postage stamp is adhered in the recto upper right corner with a post office stamp to the left.
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Graphite On Paper
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