Letter from Annie Sullivan to Michael Anagnos, May 5, 1887 (p. 10 of 10)
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Here but the weather, and that is terribly warm. We have such a quantity of lovely roses all over the place. And we are enjoying strawberries and green peas. Just as I finished my letter, I can see one of those glorious sunsets, of the tropics: so famed in story and song. I am, with highest esteem, your friend, Annie M. Sullivan P.S. The citadel is not in the least danger of being captured. A.M.S. Handwritten letter from Anne M. Sullivan to Michael Anagnos, director of Perkins Institution, soon after her arrival in Alabama. Annie M. Sullivan
|Sullivan, Annie, 1866-1936|
|Perkins School for the Blind|
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