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Adams, Ruth | to family, 1900(?):

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How do you like the postal card habit? I am trying to acquire it. Did I tell you that when my window seat came, they found it [couldn't] be got into the room it being too long to turn in the hall. So I had to wait until I [could] get a man from the carpenter to come out this morning and take it to pieces & put it up inside the room. I feel that it has a funny side. Other [people] been to see it. I have ordered the cushion it is to cost 5.25 & the shelf 18 cents bracket & all. I am sorry you felt obliged to send the money - but thanks very much.
R. M. A.