Sept. 14, 1925.
In the rush to get Claudelle to the train this morning I failed to take your last night’s letter, so will post the two tomorrow.
Your joyful letter celebrating Dr. White’s departure came this morning and it was an unusually good one. Also, the other letter which I am returning for your files. It was interesting too, and I know that you are glad that is closed after working on it so long. I wonder if Dr. White is satisfied.
Sweetheart, the “write-up” in your letter about “our” real estate was very interesting to me and I feel that you have exercised some mighty good judgement in making the purchases that you have made. Yes, indeed, that will come in mighty nice, won’t it? I am very enthusiastic about it.
I am anxious to know what Mr. Bishopp will have to say about our being in Florida this winter and I know you are anxious too. Also, I hope your plans for succeeding in getting the appropriation materialize, and will be effective. You have my best wishes for success.
That “long chat” of yours was fine, Dear, and I hope you’ll feel that way again. I have read and re-read it several times.
I love you, Sweetheart, the best in the world.
Lots and lots of love from