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[much of this was interpreted in relation to her being ill with a heart condition]
 
[seal of the organization] VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARTERED MARCH 10, 1884 [image of two men in armor, each holds a staff. they flank a coat of arms which has atop an image of a woman, perhaps Elizabeth I] CONDEREET TRADERE
 
[seal of the organization] VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARTERED MARCH 10, 1884 [image of two men in armor, each holds a staff. they flank a coat of arms which has atop an image of a woman, perhaps Elizabeth I] CONDEREET TRADERE
  
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is somewhat better Dr. McGuire is not at all satisfied with  
 
is somewhat better Dr. McGuire is not at all satisfied with  
 
her blood pressure & is about to put her through a course of treatment  
 
her blood pressure & is about to put her through a course of treatment  
which will help in the end; [illegible] will be [illegible] now.  
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which will help in the end; [bed?] will be [illegible] now.  
Her best hope for         decades          improvement is to have   intense    rest &  
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Her best hope for [decided?] improvement is to have entire rest &  
 
absolute freedom from any responsibility which can be avoided for  
 
absolute freedom from any responsibility which can be avoided for  
 
many months to come. Looking after her large house & looking
 
many months to come. Looking after her large house & looking

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[much of this was interpreted in relation to her being ill with a heart condition] [seal of the organization] VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY CHARTERED MARCH 10, 1884 [image of two men in armor, each holds a staff. they flank a coat of arms which has atop an image of a woman, perhaps Elizabeth I] CONDEREET TRADERE


VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, W. GORDON McCABE, PRESIDENT WILLIAM G. STANARD, CORRESPONDING SECRETARY AND LIBRARIAN. ROBERT A. LANCASTER, JR., TREASURER. ANNUAL DUES $5.00 LIFE MEMBERSHIP 50.00 RICHMOND, VA., Jan 11 1916.

My dear Mrs. Munford I know you as too good a friend of Mary's to [ask her to do?] anything which may injure her. While her heart is somewhat better Dr. McGuire is not at all satisfied with her blood pressure & is about to put her through a course of treatment which will help in the end; [bed?] will be [illegible] now. Her best hope for [decided?] improvement is to have entire rest & absolute freedom from any responsibility which can be avoided for many months to come. Looking after her large house & looking