BRACERS Record Detail
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The envelope, which is marked "Personal Private", is readdressed from New York City to Hotel St. Charles, New Orleans, LA. Dora tells BR that the pregnancy is more probable and Griffin will hold off on his trip to Paris. "Neither of us wishes to decide anything until you come and we can hear just what you feel." Dora is inclined to keep the baby and considers various possibilities for its early upbringing.
Note stapled to envelope and typed on Edith Russell's typewriter: "Baby should be born about 5 or 6 July. 4 Nov. 1929".
Record last modified 2016/02/22
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