Merion, Pa: 1926. One page, on Merion Manor stationery, dated March 28, 1926. To Florence I. Burdge, Hackensack, NJ (where Lincoln owned a house). Lincoln discusses working on his upcoming novel and that Mrs. Lincoln has been "very (worded crossed out) ill." Lincoln thanks Burdge for a birthday card and sends her a check (not present) to cover a bill "which you should have had before." He discusses the Bergen "Record" newspaper, based in Hackensack. "I am so sorry to hear the record is still amusing itself by badgering the Hackensack schools." He also mentions an upcoming Mediterranean cruise. I am not quite sure who Ms. Burdge is but she is sometimes mentioned in social columns of newspapers on Cape Cod and Asbury Park, NJ. Perhaps a neighbor in Hackensack? Item #55748
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