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dc.creatorRogers, Betty Blake
dc.date.accessioned2021-07-29T17:12:24Z
dc.date.available2021-07-29T17:12:24Z
dc.date.issued1935-05-01
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.tcu.edu/handle/116099117/47890
dc.descriptionLetter from Betty Rogers, wife of Will Rogers, to Amon Carter regarding vicuna skin.
dc.format.medium6.75x11.5 Paper
dc.relationAmon G. Carter Papers (MS 014)
dc.rightsPrior written permission from TCU Special Collections required to use any document or photograph
dc.sourceBox 157, Rogers, Will 1935, 1 of 21 Folder, Item 031
dc.subjectRogers, Will
dc.subjectRogers, Betty Blake
dc.titleLetter re: vicuna skin
dc.typeDocument
dc.description.transcriptionMy dear Amon Carter When I arrived home the (?) vicuna robe was at the (?) where Mrs Tyler had sent it to be tanned and dried. It is so beautiful, and I feel grateful to you as I could never have gotten one. Mary, of course, wants it and Im letting her take it back east as she says it is very cold at nights in Maine and thinks she needs it very badly. You were sweet and thoughtful to bother with all this for me and I want to thank you for all the trouble and time. Now please send the bill. I told you at the time I wanted to pay for it, and you promised that I could. You always do such wonderful things for people and have given so many lovely things to Will, I don't feel right in letting you pay for this. I have forgotten what you said it would be in fact I don't believe you knew at the time. Anyway, I do want you to send the bill, and I do want you to know that it is a beauty and Mary and I are crazy about it. Someone told us you were in N.Y., but perhaps you are home now. Will is working every day at the studio. Mary & I had a grand trip, fly out & see us soon. Regards to Mrs Carter & the children Sincerely, Betty Rogers


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    The Amon G. Carter Papers consist of correspondence, photographs, newspapers, scrapbooks, and artifacts. The papers document the history of Fort Worth and the Southwest, as well as Carter's personal and business interests.

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